Long Walk for South African Students Seeking Presidential Pardon
Students in the #FeesMustFall movement demanding amnesty for fellow activists have marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria. The delegation handed a memorandum, which also addresses unemployment and other issues affecting youth, to Presidency Director-General Dr Cassius Lubisi.
South Africa: Presidency Receives Memorandum From Student Activists
SAnews.gov.za, 3 January 2019
Presidency Director-General Dr Cassius Lubisi has received a memorandum from #FeesMustFall activists demanding blanket amnesty for activists who have been convicted of crimes… Read more »
Students march during a #FeesMustFall protest (file photo).
News24Wire, 2 January 2019
Fees Must Fall activists will on Wednesday conclude their "historic walk" to the Union Buildings after their failed visit to convicted activist Kanya Cekeshe in Leeuwkop prison in… Read more »
News24Wire, 30 December 2018
Fees Must Fall activists will visit convicted activist Kanya Cekeshe in prison on Sunday, as part of their march from Isandlwana in KwaZulu-Natal to the Union Buildings in… Read more »
South Africa: Activists Make Marathon March to the Union Buildings
News24Wire, 26 December 2018
A group of about 40 people led by #FeesMustFall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile is marching from Isandlwana in KwaZulu-Natal to the Union Buildings in Pretoria to hand over a list of… Read more »
Violence broke out in Cape Town's CBD after several thousand students marched to Parliament to demand "free decolonised education" when Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivered ... Read more »