JOHANNESBURG – Four students at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology have been found guilty of not maintaining order and being disrespectful.
The students were charged after they disrupted a council meeting, and threatening to burn down buildings at the institution.
READ: Arson attacks continue at CPUT
They’ve been handed a 12-month suspended sentence, allowing them to continue their studies for now. They were part of the group protesting over accommodation issues at the university.
This also sparked protests at the University’s Cape Town, Bellville and Mowbray campuses.
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