SA artists to support #FeesMustFall movement during concert at Constitution Hill
The line-up includes local acts Khuli Chana, Ricky Rick among others, and will cost R50 at the door.
JOHANNESBURG - South African artists will be showing their support for free higher education during a live concert at Constitution Hill this afternoon.
#FeesMustFall protests have erupted across the country over the past few weeks with students demanding free, decolonised education at universities.
Some of the demonstrations have turned violent.
The #FeesMustFall movement has encouraged broader society and students to join the call for free decolonised higher education.
The movement says today's event, titled "free education live", will provide a safe space for students to discuss the trauma they've faced in recent weeks.
It says protesting for free decolonized education has left the country's young people with deep wounds.
Today's line-up includes local acts Khuli Chana, Ricky Rick among others and will cost R50 at the door.
The objective of today's event is to garner support, host a political school and raise funds for the sustainability of the movement.