Unisa obtained a Court Interdict Against Striking Students

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Unisa obtained a Court Interdict Against Striking Students


The University of South Africa (Unisa) approached the Gauteng Division of the High Court of South Africa to seek an interdict against the students who have been on strike since Monday, 07 January 2019.


The matter was heard by the court on Friday, 11 January 2019, and the interdict has been granted to the university.

The university decided to approach the court to obtain this interdict in order to ensure that it brings to an end the disruptive effect of the student strike to its operations, including denying staff and students access to the premises of the university for purpose of work and/or receiving services on registration and related matters.

The full court interdict is attached here for your ease of reference.


Here is a Unisa notice on Twitter:

Notice: Unisa obtains court interdict against striking students. Read more > Please note that the Sunnyside Campus will be open for registration tomorrow (Saturday 12 January 2019) from 08:00-11:30.


Source: Unisa

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