Eighty seven South African medical graduates, who have completed their medicine studies through the Nelson Mandela and Fidel Castro Medical Collaboration (NMFC), will graduate from the Walter Sisulu University next week.
Walter Sisulu University convocation president, Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, has led the process of signing a pledge that will ensure that there will be no violent protests taking place at the university.
The African Transformation Movement (ATM) remains pegged to reintroducing the death penalty. Addressing a youth gathering in the Eastern Cape, the founder of the organisation, Sisa Nonqgunga said the party is resolute in its stand.
Academic activities are set to resume at the Walter Sisulu University (WSU) Ibika Campus at Butterworth in the Eastern Cape.
Tensions are rising at the Eastern Cape’s Walter Sisulu University after students have been trying to register without success for weeks.