UCT students suspend fees commission hearing

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JOHANNESURG - Students at the University of Cape Town (UCT) have suspended the fees commission hearing at the campus on Tuesday.

They said they have not been consulted by Vice Chancellor Max Price on the submission he made to the commission.

The students said until that happens they will not allow the commission to continue.

The fees commissions into higher education and training was established by President Jacob Zuma earlier this year to probe the feasibility of free tertiary education.

The students were not happy with Price&39;s submission to the commission.

They called him a white supremacist and said he wants to keep black students out of UCT.

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