State-Led Initiatives and Students Can Break Impasse

The SAHRC weighs in on the university fees protests by saying it is ‘desirous that normality of classes‚ learning and teaching is restored’

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) weighed in on the university fees protests by saying it is ‘desirous that normality of classes‚ learning and teaching is restored’.
 
The commission also promised to release findings and recommendations of its own probe into “factors that either constrain or enhance levels and speed of transformation in institutions of higher learning in the country”.
 
SAHRC spokesperson, Isaac Mangena, says that, “It is clear that the protests point to underlying and systemic factors that require resolution” and urged all stakeholders to aim for a ‘speedy’ settlement.”
 
To read the article titled, “SAHRC confident that state-led initiatives and students can break impasse,” click here.
 

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