Management at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology says there’s been sporadic disruptions at their Bellville and Cape Town campuses since the start of the week.

University spokesperson Lauren Kansley says the students have raised issues such as placements at residences and for the registration period to be extended.

She says there has been sporadic classroom disruptions linked to issues like residency placements and demands that the registration period be extended.

Kansley says students must remain mindful of a court order that prohibits unlawful conduct by students at any of their campuses.

“In a communique to students, acting vice chancellor, Dr Chris Nhlapo, reminded CPUT students of a court order which makes it illegal for disruptions to take place on any campus or residents,” says Kansley.