Tuesday, May 31, 2016

A case is opened against UCT Rhodes Must Fall Students

Simamkele Vakaza
31 May 2016

The University of Cape Town says it has opened a case against three students from the Rhodes Must Fall Movement who have breached a court order preventing them from setting foot on campus. The five are accused of unlawful behaviour relating to violent protests earlier this year.

The Western Cape High Court recently made final an interdict against five people, three of them students, forbidding them from entering UCT premises.

A statement says the judge found that those interdicted did not show regret for their actions. UCT says three of the five also took part in protests at the Bremner building last week.



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