“Due to our new presence on campus, we are still finding our place. However, we are deeply committed to deal with the issues of the working class student,” Oelofse said. He said that although the EFF will focus on “the struggles of black working class students”, they will not alienate other students.
Oelofse said that the party will be addressing racism, sexism, homophobia and classism. EFF Tuks convener Nqobile Mhlongo said that one of EFF Tuks’s goals is to do away with NSFAS and promote free, quality education.
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