JOHANNESBURG - The Commission for Gender Equality says the scourge of assault in organizations of higher learning is very disturbing.
This comes after reports arose for this present week from Stellenbosch University, the University of Cape Town, and most as of late the Limpopo TVET school at an off-grounds home in Namakgale outside Phalaborwa.
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Stellenbosch University said the supposed attacker was suspended from his home, forthcoming an inside and criminal examination.
In the mean time, the University of Cape Town has opened an examination concerning an instance of assault there.
The commission's Javu Baloyi said it was disheartening that understudies passed on their homes to proceed to concentrate on in the desire for getting a superior future yet end up hurt and mishandled.
It approached the advanced education division to guarantee the panel that supervises orientation based viciousness reinforces their arrangements.
The commission said definitive move should be made and the culprits eliminated from the grounds.
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