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Pretoria Girls High: A protest against sacrificed cultures and identities. Pretoria Girls High: A protest against sacrificed cultures and identities Political Leaders, Girl Standing, Pretoria, High School Girls, Identity, Culture, Education, Onderwijs, Personal Identity

Pretoria Girls High:  A protest against sacrificed cultures and identities

On Saturday, students at Pretoria High School for Girls stood against racism at the former white-only institution. As political leaders intervened, GREG NICOLSON spoke to students and found that the issues spread across the country.

In photos: High school protests spread to the Western Cape School S, High School, Westerns, Education, Photos, Chiffon, Pictures, Grammar School, High Schools

In photos: High school protests spread to the Western Cape

Learners and parents at Sans Souci High School have called for Principal Charmaine Murray to step down, as protests in solidarity with learners from Pretoria Girls High School spread nationwide and more learners speak out against schools’ racist policies. By Sumeya Gasa and Shaun Swingler for CHRONICLE.

Pretoria Girls High: A protest against sacrificed cultures and identities. Pretoria Girls High: A protest against sacrificed cultures and identities Political Leaders, Girl Standing, Pretoria, High School Girls, Identity, Culture, Education, Onderwijs, Personal Identity

Pretoria Girls High:  A protest against sacrificed cultures and identities

On Saturday, students at Pretoria High School for Girls stood against racism at the former white-only institution. As political leaders intervened, GREG NICOLSON spoke to students and found that the issues spread across the country.

In photos: High school protests spread to the Western Cape School S, High School, Westerns, Education, Photos, Chiffon, Pictures, Grammar School, High Schools

In photos: High school protests spread to the Western Cape

Learners and parents at Sans Souci High School have called for Principal Charmaine Murray to step down, as protests in solidarity with learners from Pretoria Girls High School spread nationwide and more learners speak out against schools’ racist policies. By Sumeya Gasa and Shaun Swingler for CHRONICLE.

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Police Deny Targeting Student Leaders, Say 567 Arrested in #FeesMustFall - SAPeople - Worldwide South African News

PRETORIA – South African Police Services (SAPS) say they have arrested 567 persons in 265 cases relating to the student protests over fees at the country’s institutions of higher learning and training. SAPS acting National Commissioner General Kgomotso Phahlane said at a briefing in Pretoria on Monday the arrests were made from 1 February 2016 to …

The university will re-open next Monday, with additional security. Small groups of students have been disrupting lectures and tests in an attempt to stop academic activity. Small Groups, Graduation, University, Students, Activities, Education, Reading, Moving On, Onderwijs

UCT shut, graduation ceremonies cancelled

The university will re-open next Monday, with additional security. Small groups of students have been disrupting lectures and tests in an attempt to stop academic activity.

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Thousands of students and staff hold silent protest for UCT to stay open

About 100 #FeesMustFall students continue to call for shutdown

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Durban Students Lament the Burning of Well Known UKZN Law Library - SAPeople - Worldwide South African News

Durban Students Lament the Burning of Well Known UKZN Law Library

The University of KwaZulu-Natal says it won't drop charges against students arrested during violent protests. Kwazulu Natal, South Africa, Police, University, Students, Drop, Mansions, Education, House Styles

Students arrested as police remain on standby at UKZN

The University of KwaZulu-Natal says it won't drop charges against students arrested during violent protests.

Gauteng province is paying the fees of arrested former Wits SRC leader Mcebo Dlamini. University Of The Witwatersrand, Free Education, The Province, Prison, South Africa, Tuesday, Connection, Study, Studio

Gauteng province paying for Mcebo Dlamini's varsity fees

Gauteng province is paying the fees of arrested former Wits SRC leader Mcebo Dlamini.

Johannesburg - The academic programme will continue at the University of the Witwatersrand on Monday, despite earlier protests around Parktown. University Of The Witwatersrand, Street View, Education, Onderwijs, Learning

Wits classes continue, despite earlier chaos

Johannesburg - The academic programme will continue at the University of the Witwatersrand on Monday, despite earlier protests around Parktown.

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Here’s why student protests have turned violent. “Burn to be heard.” This chilling statement has been doing the rounds through word of mouth and social media on South African campuses in recent weeks. student-protests-the-conversation End Of Apartheid, University Of The Witwatersrand, Tertiary Education, Word Of Mouth, Social Work, Social Media, South Africa, Chilling, Africa

Here's why student protests have turned violent

“Burn to be heard.” This chilling statement has been doing the rounds through word of mouth and social media on South African campuses in recent weeks.

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Protesting University of Cape Town (UCT) students have told staff that they… University Of Cape Town, National Board, Main Entrance, Education And Training, Higher Education, Ground Floor, Offices, Blade, Police

Chaos in Pretoria as protesting students storm Nzimande offices

Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande had barely concluded a joint media briefing with the national Board of Convocations and Alumni when several protesting students stormed into the main entrance of his department’s offices. Security quickly closed the main entrance on the ground floor but a few students were already in the building. Several officials tried to persuade the students to leave but to no avail. Moments later, several police officers arrived and bundled some of…

Violence erupts in Johannesburg as Wits University students march in protest at annnouncement of rise in tuition fees Private Security, Education And Training, Higher Education, Police, University, African, Students, People, Pictures

In pictures: Police take on Wits students

Students continue to protest at different campuses across the country following Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande’s announcement on fee increases. At the University of Witwatersrand on Wednesday, following clashes with private security officers on Tuesday, students clashed with police. By GREG NICOLSON.