The EFF Students Command (EFFSC) held a press conference on Monday at the party’s headquarters in Braamfontein where they listed a series of demands, including the shut down of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).
Other demands included that “no students must be turned back due to lack of space” and that “all certificates” withheld by tertiary institutions due to lack of payment be given to their “rightful owners”. Keetse also said the control of the education system by “white monopoly capital” must be disrupted.
Keetse warned there would be chaos if the government refused to respond to their calls for fee-free registration at South African universities. He said the organisation is awaiting a response from government.
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We are not scared of it, we know it very well.