Entrance to CPUT CT campus petrol bombed
CPUT on Monday postponed the end-of-year exams by a week, following a meeting between student activists, SRC members and union representatives.
CAPE TOWN - The entrance to the Cape Peninsula University of Technology's (CPUT) Cape Town campus has been petrol bombed.
On Monday, the institution announced that the end-of-year exams has been postponed by a week, following a meeting between student activists, SRC members and union representatives on Sunday.
Exams were scheduled to start at several off-campus locations today.
Yesterday, CPUT obtained a high court interdict to prevent disruptions.
CPUT spokesperson Lauren Kansley says: “At around 6:00am this morning the main entrance to CPUT’s Cape Town campus was petrol bombed. The fire mostly affected the roof and the fire department was on scene.”
(Edited by Shimoney Regter)