Students say the nationwide protests over fees will continue for the third week.
They want the funding barriers that have denied many poor and missing-middle students a shot at a tertiary education to be removed.
Meanwhile, TVET college students say the fight for free education is not only a university struggle.
Protests in the Western Cape are expected to continue this week.
Some TVET students say they’re unable to study as they depend on funding from NSFAS to travel to campus.
A TVET college in Atlantis also shut down recently due to similar demonstrations.More protest action is expected this week as tertiary institutions continue to call for fees to fall.
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