Central SACUT students urged to stand firm against management
─── KEKELETSO MOSEBETSI 06:06 Sun, 03 Jul 2022
The EFF Student Command (EFFSC) has urged Central University of Technology (CUT) students to not succumb to alleged threats by the management of the institution.
This comes after the OFM News team reported that five students were arrested last week following a protest at CUT's Bloemfontein-based campus.
According to a statement issued by EFFSC spokesperson, Naledi Mokote, the provincial deployees of the EFF will now join students on the ground as part of resolutions from a meeting the EFFSC had with its branch leadership at both Bloemfontein and Welkom campuses on Friday.
The South African Student Congress (Sasco) at CUT had urged campus management to move their assessments online.
Some other issues raised, includes student allowances not being paid out. This comes after allegations of corruption and maladministration against the CUT.