Sept. 27 major South African media outlets

The following are highlights of South African major media outlets on Tuesday.

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— Former transport minister Sbu Ndebele’s term as high commissioner to Australia could end as soon as Friday, a highly placed source told Business Day on Monday.

However, there is buck-passing behind the scenes between the Presidency and the Department of International Relations and Co-operation over which of the departments would call time on Ndebele’s posting. (Business Day)

— University of Cape Town vice chancellor Max Price has warned that the academic consequences would be dire should classes not resume next Monday as planned.

In a communiqué on the university website, Price said the institution hoped to reopen the campus without the use of security on Monday. (News24)

— FeesMustFall leader Mcebo Dlamini says more than 50 labour unions will on Tuesday join protesting Wits University students in a march to demand free tertiary education.

Dlamini addressed about 400 students on Monday. Students had marched from the main Braamfontein campus to the medical school campus in Parktown in Johannesburg. They had hoped to disrupt classes at the medical school but arrived to an empty building. (South African Broadcasting Corporation) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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