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Ekapa – Lichithiwe ityala kuSihlalo weBhunga laBafundi eKapa (CPUT) nePASMA u-Ayakha Magxotwa.
UMagxotwa ubetyholwa ngokubetha nokugrogrisa abantu ekuqaleni kwalonyaka.
Bekulindeleke lichotshelwe ngoMvulo ngentsimbi yethoba ityala lakhe, kodwa uqhankqalazo lwabafundi abachase oku, lunyanzelise uSihlalo weBhodi yoLuleko uNkosikazi Cora Motale ayirhoxise ingxoxo ebizakushukuxa lomba.
Emva kokuba zinqunyanyisiwe iiklasi abaphathi bedyunivesithi behamba nebambela lenqununu uGqirha Chris Nhlapo bafikile bezothetha nabafundi.
Sithatyathwe apho kulongxoxo nabafundi isigqibo sokuchithwa kwetyala kuMagxotwa. Idyunivesithi izibophelele kwinkqubo yoxolelwaniso kunoba iqhube ityala.
UMagxotwa udlale indima ebonakalayo ekuqeshweni kwabasebenzi abacocayo nonoogada ebutsheni balenyanga.
Ziqhubekile iiklasi ngoLwesibini kungekho ziganeko zixeliweyo.
Cape Town – Disciplinary charges have been dropped against CPUT Cape Town PASMA and SRC Chairperson Ayakha Magxotwa.
Magxotwa had been charged for allegedly harassing and intimidating three people. The hearing that was set to begin at 09h00 on Monday was cancelled by the Disciplinary Hearing chairperson Ms Cora Motale citing a ‘volatile environment’ after students had left classes to picket outside in support of the student leader.
After the classes had been suspended CPUT Management accompanied by the Acting Vice Chancellor arrived at the Cape Town campus to address students.
It was at the meeting that a decision to drop the charges against Magxotwa was taken. The University opted for a reconciliation process.
Magxotwa played a prominent role in the recent insourcing of workers by the University.
CPUT Cape Town classes commenced on Tuesday without any incidents reported.