The situation at SA’s institutions of higher learning remains tense, with reports of bombs being found and buildings burning, and the arrest of students. • Fort Hare: 36 students arrested • CPUT: The Cape Peninsula University of Technology denies a security guard died after being locked in a burning building at its Bellville campus • Wits: At least three petrol bombs found, and clergy members form buffer between police and students • UKZN: Two buildings set alight on Pietermaritzburg campus • Tshwane University of Technology: main campus shut down by protesting students • Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University: nine students arrested • The South African Students Congress (Sasco) in Gauteng called for a complete shutdown of all campuses in the province. • University of Johannesburg: march expected Fort Hare Thirty-six University of Fort Hare students will appear in the East London Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday for public violence. The group was arrested on Tuesday night after t...

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