EFF set to react 'harshly' to universities refusing late registration

EFF set to react 'harshly' to universities refusing late registration

- The time for students to register at universities is almost here and the EFF is excited to get involved

- The EFF Student Command has warned that it will start a 'harsh' programme at places of higher learning if their demands are not met

- The EFFSC is demanding that late registrations be accepted, historical debt be scrapped and more

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The EFF Student Command issued a warning to places of higher learning in South Africa.

Should their demands not be met, the EFFSC plans to will embark on a "harsh" programme, according to News24.

The student wing has many demands that they have made clear and they are expecting it to be met by South Africa's 26 universities.

This comes as registrations are set to start very soon.

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The EFFSC will not be accepting any excuses from the universities, saying anarchy will take place if late registrations are denied.

Mandla Shikwambana, the student command's president, addressed the media about their plans.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Shikwambana said they will start a "radical and militant" programme at all campuses.

They are demanding the scrapping of historical debt, free registrations and the acceptance of late registrations and walk-ins.

Earlier, it was reported that the EFFSC has come out guns blazing and issued a threat directed at the country's tertiary institutions.

Shikwambana outlined their agenda for 2020 at a press conference and touched on the demands that have been made by the EFFSC.

He also threatened to make those institutions ungovernable. He claimed that these institutions favour whites only and that the public schooling system is a joke.

Ironically, the EFFSC issued similar threats a year ago through the previous leader Peter Keetse.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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