WSU students appear in court

Two Walter Sisulu University students who were among three men arrested for burglary at the Ibika campus, appeared at the Butterworth magistrate’s court on Wednesday.
They were arrested on Sunday after they were found with computers that were stolen earlier on the day during a break-in at the Butterworth-based campus. National Prosecutions Authority spokesperson Luxolo Tyali said the case was postponed to December 5, for a formal bail application.
“They will remain in custody until their next appearance,” he said. DispatchLive reported earlier this week how students staying on and off campus were targets of criminals who were robbing them at gunpoint in their rooms.
Police said the Sunday burglary was not the first one to take place on the campus. Spokesperson captain Jackson Manatha told DispatchLive earlier in the week that another burglary had taken place on September 19 and computers belonging to the university were stolen...

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