Fort Hare suspends two students over gender-based violence allegations

The university of Fort Hare has today served two of its students with letters of temporary suspension.
The suspensions relate to allegations of gender-based violence, sexual assault and related forms of misconduct. 
In a statement released by the university Vice-Chancellor professor Sakhela Buhlungu this evening, investigations were continuing.
“It is planned that hearings into these two cases will be concluded by the end of the month,” he said...

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