MOSSEL BAY NEWS - They told the Mossel Bay Advertiser they are unhappy about the college’s payment methods.
"The college is not being honest with regards to the payment methods and there have been many changes regarding our accommodation allowance.
"The college is failing to give us answers," a student told the Advertiser. Students say they haven’t received any payments since the college reopened in January.
On Monday, 22 March, South Cape TVET College had on its Facebook page: "Wishing you a Happy Human Rights Day; always be yourself and stand up for your rights."
Angry students commented on the post, saying: "It's useless to celebrate human rights while the students are wandering around the streets without food and shelter."
The Advertiser has made numerous efforts to obtain comment from the principal at the Mossel Bay campus, without any success.
On Wednesday, students told the Advertiser they would continue their strike until the college gave them answers.
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