Student activist Mcebo Dlamini has arrived in Pretoria after a long walk to the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
Dlamini has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to offer a political solution Fees-Must-Fall students who remain arrested, saying the vandalisation of property that took place in the free education protests was not under a criminal cloud but political one.
Mcebo says Ramaphosa needs to exercise his political powers and grant amnesty to Fees Must Fall activists.
He says he intends to submit a letter of demand to the Presidency.
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#MceboDlamini limping back home after handing memorandum at the Union Buildings calling for the presidential pardoning of Fees Must Fall activists. He walked from JHB to Pretoria #sabcnews pic.twitter.com/hNh5Ji7h6Y
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