VIDEO: Police fire rubber bullets at NMMU students


Wits students protest on day four, 19 October 2015, of a total shutdown of the institution over fee increases.

WARNING: The video contains foul language.

JOHANNESBURG - Police used rubber bullets, stun grenades and teargas to disperse protesting students at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) on Wednesday.

This police action has not deterred NMMU students who are united in the cause.

Click on the above video to see the moment police opened fire at protesting NMMU students.


Paid Content