Pretoria High Court grants Interdict to TUT

​Due to the ongoing student protest and disruption of activities at a number of our campuses, the management of the Tshwane University of Technology yesterday, 19 October 2020, obtained an Interdict from the Pretoria High Court to prevent any party/parties from disrupting the daily activities, academic activities and other operations of the University at any of its campuses.

This decision was taken to ensure no more time is lost and students are given an opportunity to complete the 2020 academic year.

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We would like to call on all students and other stakeholders to adhere to the stipulations of the Court Interdict and assist us in maintaining an environment conducive to academic success.

Office of the Vice-Chancellor and Principal