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Update - 24 October 2016

The situation is calm at most of the University’s campuses this morning and academic activities are continuing. Class attendance is also on the increase at the Tshwane-based campuses.

Unrest was experienced at the Soshanguve Campuses throughout the weekend, while a group of protesters also barricaded the main gates at the Soshanguve South Campus this morning, 24 October 2014. The SAPS intervened, removed the barricades and the gates were opened.

Despite disruptions at some campuses, the University remains steadfast to ensure that all our students successfully complete this academic year.  All reasonable security measures are taken to ensure the safety of students, staff and property, and to facilitate the continuation of academic activities.

In view of this, academic activities and tests will continue as scheduled. Staff and students are reminded that they will only be able to access campuses with their TUT identification cards. 

Students are requested to attend classes and prepare for the remaining tests that have been scheduled. Students are encouraged to utilise myTutor and other virtual platforms for test schedules and other important information.

Students are reminded that individuals found to be in contravention of the interim court order issued on 13 October 2016, will be detained and will be subject to prosecution, as well as to internal disciplinary procedures.

The University is monitoring the situation at all campuses and further updates will be provided.

The University recognises the possible emotional effect of the recurring protest action and has made counselling services available to affected staff and students.

A counselling team from the University has also been engaging with and providing support to the family of Benjamin Phehla, the student from the Soshanguve Campus who passed away on Friday, 21 October 2016. He sustained critical injuries on Thursday, 20 October 2016, when he was run over by a vehicle outside the campus.


Students who applied and qualified for NSFAS FUNDING in 2016, should please report to their registered Campus Financial Aid Offices urgently to check if their names appear on the lists published on notice boards.  The DEADLINE to sign contracts has been extended to 4 NOVEMBER 2016. Students who fail to sign contracts will have their 2016 NSFAS applications cancelled.  T&C’s apply.

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  • Golf Day Invitation:
    Join us on the Tee’s at Services Golf Club, Thaba Tshwane, for our Annual Stakeholders’ Golf Day taking place on 28 October 2016. Please click here for more information and entry form.

  • LIS (Library and Information Services) is currently running a survey to determine the current and future uses, needs and requirements of students with regards to ERCs and I-Centres at TUT.

    The survey will run until 31 October 2016. All students are urged to participate in the anonymous and voluntary survey. It will be most valuable in order to assist LIS to determine needs of students and evaluate services offered at TUT.

    A link and QR code to the survey can be found on posters in all ERCs and I-Centres. It will only take a few minutes to complete the survey.

    Here is the link:

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