Unisa gets High court order against students

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Unisa gets High court order against students
Unisa gets High court order against students

The High Court in Pretoria has granted the University of SA an interdict against the students who have prevented registrations at the institution since last Monday 7 January 2019.

The interdict prevents any person from being within 50 meters of any entrance of Unisa, preventing staff and other students from entering the premises.

A ban has been placed on carrying any weapons, samboks, knobkerries, hammers, assegas or knives on their person. It will become clear from Monday 14 January 2019 whether the court order has been heard.

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