Update on NWU Vaal Campus 14 Oct.

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October 14, 2016 by Student 24/7 Blog

Dear student,

Despite today’s national call to shutdown university campuses across the country, the Vaal Triangle Campus of the North-West University (NWU Vaal), remains open and the academic programme continues uninterrupted.

This morning a small group of protestors barricaded both entrances to the Campus. Police dispersed the protestors and contained the situation.

Campus Management would like to reiterate its commitment towards ensuring the safety and security of our campus community and infrastructure. Contingency plans are in place to ensure that our core business can continue as normal. The situation is being closely monitored and we will communicate with you in a timely fashion should the situation change.

You are kindly requested to report any suspicious activity that might compromise the safety of staff and students to Mr Kobus Potgieter at 016 910 3132 / 082 665 4386 or Mr Burger Scholtz at 016 910 3580 / 082 446 5383.

Kind Regards

Campus Management


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