Motheo TVET College’s returning students in Bloemfontein resumed their registration without any disruptions on Saturday.

Earlier this week, management had to suspend registration after some students violently disrupted the process.

Management says those who still owe tuition fees should first make proper arrangements before they register for the 2018 academic year.

More than a 100 students remain in queues. They will now apply for registration to study part-time at Motheo.

Openings for full-time courses have already been filled.

This weekend, students have waited patiently with the system having gone off line.

Some of students have condemned the disruption of the registration process by Economic Freedom Fighters members on Thursday.

One of the students says, “I’m very angry that the EFF disrupted the registration during the week because now we students had to go back home without getting any assistance. It was clear that education cannot be free overnight, EFF should stop disturbing, because the management here should make a plan to create this free education.”

Motheo SRC president, Tshepo Khotle, says deserving students should have free education:

“We agree with the management and department of education that students who met the threshold should register for free and returning students who meet the requirements have NSFAS and their registration fee be refunded to them.”

Motheo academic activities will commence on Monday while registration continues.

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