The students from the North West University were on Friday hopeful of positive outcomes following their ongoing protests.
It is reported that the students have confidence and are hopeful that their demands will be met and see the return of normalcy at the campus.
The protests have been taking place since Sunday where the students have been protesting against financial exclusion.
In accordance to the report from the SABC news , it is highlighted that the students were confident that the recent engagements with the university's management raised lots of hope for the students that have historical debts.
Paseka Molete from the South African Students Congress is reported to have highlighted that the final year students would be made to register whether they owe the University or not.
Christopher Motabogi, who is the spokesperson for the North West University is reported to have confirmed that a series of meetings had been held between the management and the leaders of the students' bodies.
He reportedly added that there had been nothing tangible to share but hoped that something would come out with meetings that had been scheduled.
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