From Wits to the Union Buildings by foot for imprisoned #FeesMustFall activists

From Wits to the Union Buildings by foot for imprisoned #FeesMustFall activists

Mcebo Dlamini thought he would do something a little different to get President Ramaphosa's attention. He decided to walk from Wits University to the Union Buildings to hand in a letter of demand. Dlamini wants the president to give amnesty to all the students arrested for the #FeesMustFall protests.

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Many of the students involved in the nation-wide #FeesMustFall protests are imprisoned or awaiting trials and Mcebo Dlamini wants President Ramaphosa to pardon them all.

In order to hand over a letter of demand for the release of the students Dlamini will walk from the Wits University to the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

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While the media may love Dlamini's plan, South Africans have divided opinions on what he wants to achieve and how he does it.

Some South Africans reacted less-than-positively on Dlamini's trek:

Still, Dlamini had the support of many other South Africans.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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