Classes remain suspended at three campuses of Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) after student demonstrations against The new National Student Financial Aid System (NSFAS) is a direct payment system called “eZaga”.
The affected campuses are Pretoria main campus, Jarankua and Suchangov.
In a notice shared with stakeholders on Thursday, confirmed classes at the university remain suspended on Friday.
She said this was to allow time for the administration and student representatives to finish discussions aimed at ending the ongoing protests against NSFAS by some students.
On Tuesday, the university suspended its activities for Wednesday and Thursday, and required employees in all universities to work remotely.
The university said it had no power to change NSFAS decisions, but that the administration was examining issues arising from its handling of the Student Representative Council that fell within its purview.