#FeesMustFall: KZN students to march to Durban Habour on Tuesday
The students agreed last month to taking the protest to the private and the governmental strategic sectors.
JOHANNESBURG - University students in KwaZulu-Natal say they will have a provincial march to the Durban Harbour on Tuesday to demand free tertiary education.
March leader and Fee Must Fall activist Sthembiso Ka shandu says they will be joined by civil society organisations, religious based organisations, unemployed youth and ordinary members of the society.
He says the march comes as a result of the Fees Must Fall meeting last month where they agreed upon taking the protest out of the campuses to the private and the governmental strategic sectors.
Shandu says free education is no longer an issue for universities to deal with but it needs both the government and private sectors to intervene.
"We made our call to say the only way to continue with our free education strike is to make sure that we put pressure on government and also the private sector. In our view, the Durban Habour is part and parcel of the of the strategic factors of the private sector that is where the white capital monopoly is at."