Classes to resume at protest-hit Bay college

Zandile Mbabela

TEACHING is set to resume at the Port Elizabeth College today after protests by students complaining about bursary funds.

The college was officially closed on Thursday after students went on a week- long protest. Some staff were forced off the Iqhayiya campus and classes disrupted.

Students are unhappy with the allocation of bursary money from their National Student Financial Aid Scheme bursaries and are also calling for the removal of administrator Leon Beech and college vice-principal Sandy Raubenheimer.

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