FILE image of university students on campus at UCT in Cape Town.
CAPE TOWN - The University of Cape Town plans to go ahead with final examinations, despite chaos on its campus this morning.
A fire at its lower campus has been extinguished.
Protesters have placed barricades on the upper campus.
My usual UCT bike entrance. Good that students fight for others - demanding imm. employment of outsourced workers. pic.twitter.com/SQKJx8RFSh— Tim James (@TimJamesGrape) November 9, 2015
UCT is a mess pic.twitter.com/m9Fktbg26w— Sewagodimo (@EdneciaM) November 9, 2015
UCT: Tomorrow everything goes back to normal. Students: pic.twitter.com/GL2U7Ab3hC— Tim Geschwindt (@TGesches) November 9, 2015
UCT seems to have a plan... We will write pic.twitter.com/cPzyWqaEkt— ^ Ethnic Princess ^ (@Lisa19Lee) November 9, 2015
The university says it’s clearing burning tyres.
The institution&39;s workers and students planned to march to Parliament on Monday.
They are demanding a reply to a memorandum, handed over to government last month.
The protesters want the outsourcing of services banned.