Student struggle in pictures

By Keabetswe Magano

From the gates of Wits to the streets of Braamfontein, from Park Town to Luthuli house, from Solomon Mahlangu House (Senate House) to the Union Buildings. In 10 incredible days, tertiary students across the country launched a dynamic campaign reminiscent of the mass struggles against apartheid. This time their cause was the issue of access to university education.

The Journalist this week carries a range of pictures that reflect the unity, solidarity and anger of students as they signalled clearly that the doors of learning and culture must be opened to all.

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Keabetswe Magano

Keabetswe Magano, BA, Communication Science Honours Graduate (University of Free State), LLB student at Wits University. She is the former editor-in-chief of IRAWA Post (2012/2013), the official student newspaper at the UFS and a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society. In addition, she serves on the Student Representative council (SRC) under the portfolio of Student […]

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