Students threaten to boycott classes
Sasco wants the Higher Education Department to intervene in the problems at False Bay College.
CAPE TOWN - The South African Students Congress (Sasco) in the Western Cape wants the Higher Education Department to intervene in the problems at False Bay College.
The student body says its members will not go to class until all their concerns are addressed.
They are unhappy about a number of issues including their travel allowance.
They also complain about what they described as incapacity of lecturers at the institution.
Sascos's provincial secretary Sello Nkhatho says, "Some students are taken to the next level without having received their results. The Department of Higher Education and Training needs to intervene."
Protest action broke out at the institution on earlier this week.
Police were called in to restore calm but now some students are refusing to attend classes.