The University of South Africa (Unisa) has not reached an agreement with students and their representative council on some of the burning issues yet.
On Wednesday, the institution’s campuses across SA remained closed following protests organized by the young members of Unisa. The administration and student leaders had a talk this week that failed to produce results, spokesperson Martin Ramotshela confirmed:
“The parties did not reach an agreement on any of the issues presented in the memorandum. At the moment, we will engage the student leadership to carve a way forward.”
He also urged people to proceed with the registration through online services.
“The registration process itself is going ahead on the online platforms and we’re certain that by the time we reach the closing date on the 25th [of January], we’d have reached the target that has been set for us. And open distance learning people will proceed to study.