Police arrested several students of the University of Cape Town and other institutions after they allegedly attempted to storm the South African Parliament over fee increases in Cape Town, Wednesday. The students gathered to protest against the 11 per cent rise in tuition fees, in front of the parliament, where South African Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene announced new budget policy. The increase was later modified to six per cent after students from other universities including Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) and Stellenbosch University, joined the protests. However students rejected the new increase and demanded that access to university should be entirely free of charge.
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