South Africa's students angry about more than tuition fees

For the past several weeks, university classes in South Africa have been disrupted as students protest against tuition fees. The fees are seen as prohibitive for many poor, particularly black, students. The protest movement also highlights frustration at enduring inequalities in the country, more than two decades after the end of apartheid. Our correspondents report from Cape Town.

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A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Laura Burloux and Claire Pryde.

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