TUT update: 17 September 2018
Academic activities for students at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Soshanguve campuses remain suspended until further notice.
TUT Management condemns rumours and bogus emails doing the rounds that these campuses have been permanently closed.
Management reiterated that activities for students at these campuses have been suspended to allow the situation to normalise after two-week long violent protest action and damage to property. It is important to ensure that it is safe for students and staff to return to their normal activities.
The safety of the communities on these campuses is our first priority. The University continues to monitor the situation and will announce when activities will resume on its Website, www.tut.ac.za
and in email communication to students on their TUT4Life emails.
In addition, there is no truth to rumours that students from Soshanguve North and South will be removed from TUT’s databases.
For updated information about the situation at the Soshanguve campuses, parents and students are advised to visit the TUT Website, www.tut.ac.za