Stun grenades and rubber bullets started flying on Monday after students joined in a protest against University fees at UNISA.
Durban metro police and SAPS have used stun grenade to separate Unisa striking students. They are demanding that all @myNSFAS owing students be allowed to register. @LandNoli @UNISAPress #unisa #strike2020 pic.twitter.com/2hXnj4Nvfc— Lindelani Mbatha (@kusasa_mbatha) January 27, 2020
Teargas and rubber bullets have been fired on students @unisa in Durban. #NSFAS2020 is the reason for the protest. @SASCO_KZN leader here Emmanuel Shangase says they will be protesting all week. @News24 @TeamNews24 pic.twitter.com/5cus7IEBMg— Kaveel Singh (@kaveels) January 27, 2020
Workers from the Unisa joined the protest asking for a salary increase.
This started after the EFFSC called for a national shutdown for free “Decolonial and Afrocentric education”.