Classes at the University of Cape Town are expected to resume on Wednesday after being suspended last week due to ongoing student protests.
Students are demanding free higher education and the release of the Fees Commission Report.
The institution was granted an interim interdict preventing students from taking part in unlawful protests.
University spokesperson Elijah Mohlola says the university is committed to the critical importance of completing the last teaching days of this term.
He says they want to ensure that exams get underway as scheduled later this month.
“The executive will continue engaging with the SRC over any outstanding issues,” adds Mohlola.