TUT exams at Soshanguve campuses postponed indefinitely

The decision was taken in order to deal with volatility at the north and south campuses.

Thousands of university students across the country have been protesting against the proposed fee hike in their respective institutions. Picture: Andiswa Mkosi Primedia

JOHANNESBURG - The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) says exams scheduled for today at its Soshanguve campuses have been postponed indefinitely after three halls were torched at the weekend.

Police are investigating a case of malicious damage to property after the exam halls and a security car were set alight on Saturday night.

No arrests have been made.

The university says it will be updating students later today on a way forward regarding exams.

TUT's Willa de Ruyter said, "All examinations at the Soshanguve north and south campuses have been postponed indefinitely. The decision was taken in order to deal with the volatility on those campuses."