8 Explosive reactions to the R800 million #FeesMustFall protests

8 Explosive reactions to the R800 million #FeesMustFall protests

The #FeesMustFall movement started in 2015 and escalated into something that now amounted to damages of more than R786-million. Universities across South Africa have suffered a lot of damage to libraries, laboratories and buildings over the course of the #FeesMustFall movement.

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The point of the movement was to move the government into giving South Africans free higher education but a Twitter user recently asked if destroying property is the way to go.

Twitter user @Unathi_Kwaza shared her thoughts on the social media platform and fellow tweeps responded quite explosively.

Damage caused by Fees Must Fall protests to varsities stands at a staggering R800 million. Let that sink in. As we move forward as a country, we have to ask ourselves, is destroying property the only way we'll ever make our voices heard?

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Tweeps were divided in opinion with some saying the protests are the only way to get the government's attention, while others think it is a dumb way to try and make yourself heard.

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