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A complex and contested regulatory space: student protests and government’s financing of higher education in South Africa

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The 2015 Fees Must Fall protests were unique. They were national protests; which culminated in a 0% fee increase for 2016; announced by South Africa’s President following a meeting with multiple parties, including various cabinet ministers, vice chancellors, chairs of University Councils, and presidents of Student Representative Councils. This raises the question: how did the protests, and their settlement, affect the regulation of university fees in South Africa?

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Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
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University of Oxford

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