Africa at its best? Goats walk through classes at Walter Sisulu campus

Africa at its best? Goats walk through classes at Walter Sisulu campus

Animals and learners are sharing the offices at Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha and Butterworth.

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Goats, sheep, steers and horses tramp along hallways, through theatres and into libraries at both Nelson Mandela Drive and Zamukulungisa grounds, and also Ibika campus in Gcuwa, Butterworth.

The issue is with the university's edge wall.

The video below from the Dispatch Live shows how the goats are taking a leisurely stroll through university buildings while lectures are being conducted.

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WSU representative, Yonela Tukwayo, faulted the colossal and persevering openings for crooks, vandals and learners who carry in liquor.

Busisiwe Radana said she was studying with different students in a grounds library when they were bothered by an uproar as various learners pursued goats from the library foyer.

She added that the livestock walk around as if they own the property.

Unfortunately, they relieve themselves wherever they see fit and students are left to deal with the stench or clean up after them.

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