A source told The Open Journal, “the (student) leaders are less of what I thought of them,” adding that he sees the Walk as an exercise aimed to brick about “self-glory”.
They aim to hand over a list of grievances, compiled in their journey to the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
Postgraduates are being left out of pocket and this will damage the economy.
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The UJ three say SASCO and the SRC did nothing to assist them. The group have still not been tried in court for their apparent crime.
Lubhelwana said all these allegations are means of further dividing the structure of the SRC and some of his colleagues want to topple him from power.
Recently, several universities in South Africa have inaugurated interdicts which prevent disruptions and pre-empt the gathering of students within the universities’ premises.
The Chairperson of the SRC at UJ-APK, Rethabile Ntshinga ridiculed the message, saying it is “malicious”.
Their research findings highlight that South Africa’s total GDP contribution to higher education is 0.75 percent while countries that are relatively poorer than South Africa such as Senegal, Ghana and India contribute with at least 1.4 percent of their GDP to Higher Education.
As they moved to the Great Hall, there they faced intense opposition and resistance from the FeesMustFall protestors which mainly consists of black students.