Fees CAN fall

Greve, Natalie
December 2016
Finweek;12/29/2016, p20
The article reports on the #FeesMustFall protests of students to request free higher education in Africa. The topics discussed include the move of students to continue the protests despite the efforts of Higher Education Minster Blade Nzimande to cap increases of university fees and to assure the government assistance to households with income of up to R600,000 yearly, the vital role of the South African Police Service (Saps) private security and members in the pacification of the protest.


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