Cape Town, 6 February 2016 - Another UCT student has been attacked and raped by a suspected serial rapist. It's the fourth incident in the same area since December.
CAPE TOWN - Clean up efforts were underway on Wednesday after an unidentified group threw sewage at five University of Cape Town (UCT) buildings in the early hours of the morning.
5 buildings on upper campus are being cleaned, after sewage was thrown into them in the early hours of the morning. https://t.co/Tl2g3aWoky— UCT (@UCT_news) February 24, 2016
First the protestors at UCT decide to burn pictures and vehicles, now they&39;re chucking sewage into campus buildings.... Zero brains
— gee (@georgiahannah_) February 24, 2016
A statement issued by the university said the group spilled sewage on buildings on Upper Campus: Robert Leslie Social Science; Robert Leslie Commerce; Menzies; Beattie and the Chemical Engineering Building.
UCT - fighting for the dignity of outsourced staff while making them clean up sewage - Logic much?!??— FoxiLoxi (@QueenBadegg) February 24, 2016
“Cleaning staff are removing the mess this morning. It is regrettable that this action of a few people is putting an extra burden on cleaning and security staff as well as creating a health hazard for anyone who enters these buildings. It also interferes with those who come onto campus for educational and research purposes,” said the statement.
Security has been increased at the campus.
“UCT’s first priority is the safety and security of students and staff members, and to ensure that the campus is operational,” said UCT.
5 buildings on upper campus are closed as they are cleaned due to sewage being thrown in them— UCT Student (@UCTStudent) February 24, 2016
None of the buildings are closed. They&39;re just sections bloacked off. UCT contracts a deep cleaning company which is cleaning up the sewage— StillBena. (@StillBena) February 24, 2016