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The management of the University of Johannesburg said yesterday it would not allow protestors to disrupt academic activities this week.
The management said it would also not tolerate harassment.
The management statement, released yesterday, follows a week of protests against fee increases that resulted in clashes between police and students.
The university's spokesman, Sonia Cronje, said the decision to increase fees was taken "after substantive consultation with students".
However, students representative council member Mzukisi Makhethe said students would not move from their demand of a zero percent increase. - Kingdom Mabuza