Hundreds of students from Stellenbosch University turned up for a long walk saying they are confronting what they term systemic injustice.
All dressed in black, they demand transformation and a social cohesive society.
This comes as the University is battling highly publicised incidents of racim.
19-year-old Babalo Ndwayana has laid criminal charges against
fellow white student Theuns du Toit for urinating on his books and laptop.
The embattled institution is also investigating another incident of alleged racism towards a black female student that happened during an event organised by the Faculty of Law.
These are some of the students who were part of the long walk: "We are tired of black liberalism where there's one or two black people who don't give us change, we want the transformation policy to address white supremacy here and white privilege and bring that down"..
We cannot transform without representation, we can't say the institution is transformed if black people are not represented"...
People of colour are not the problem here white racism is the problem here."
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