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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Interdict Court Papers

 

The indexed and paginated papers to date in the matter between CPUT and Ayakha Magxothwa, Sivuyise Nolusu, Neo Mongale, Lukhanyo Vanqua, all other persons trespassing, unlawfully conducting themselves or unlawfully occupying any portion/building of CPUT campuses and/or residences and the Minister of Police under case number C15789/17 are attached.

Friday, 15 September 2017

Court Order

This morning  Acting Judge Andrews of the Western Cape High Court confirmed the rule nisi and granted the final order but this order was, however, rescinded and the rule nisi was extended till 12 October 2017 at 10h00. The Interim Order that is still in effect is attached.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Further Supplementary affidavits

The matter between CPUT and the Ayakha Magxothwa, Sivuyise Nolusu, Neo Mongale, Lukhanyo Vanqua, all other persons trespassing, unlawfully conducting themselves or unlawfully occupying any portion/building of CPUT campuses and/or residences and the Minister of Police under case number C15789/17 will be heard on Friday, 15 September 2017 at 10h00 in the Cape Town High Court.

Monday, 11 September 2017

All CPUT campuses remain open

CPUT campuses remain open despite disruptions affecting assessments and academic activities at the Cape Town and Bellville campus.

Tuesday, 05 September 2017

Supplementary Affidavit

The attached supplementary affidavit was filed in relation to the matter between CPUT and Ayakha Magxothwa, Sivuyise Nolusu, Neo Mongale, Lukhanyo Vanqua, and all other persons trespassing, unlawfully conducting themselves or unlawfully occupying any portion/building of CPUT campuses and/or residences and the Minister of Police under case number C15789/17 and will form part of the documents before the Court on the return day.

 

Saturday, 02 September 2017

CPUT obtains a Court Order

 

The matter between CPUT and the Ayakha Magxothwa, Sivuyise Nolusu, Neo Mongale, Lukhanyo Vanqua, all other persons trespassing, unlawfully conducting themselves or unlawfully occupying any portion/building of CPUT campuses and/or residences and the Minister of Police under case number C15789/17 was before Judge Fortuin on Friday afternoon.

As a result of protest action at our Cape Town campus this morning a decision has been taken to close only that campus immediately.

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