SRC drags UB leadership to court

UB students
UB students

The University of Botswana Student Representative Council (UBSRC) this week filled an application against Deputy Vice-Chancellor Student Affairs (DVC-SA) Professor Martin Mokgwathi, the UB student disciplinary committee and two others seeking the Court to nullify disciplinary proceedings instituted against some students.

In their filling notice at the High Court on Tuesday, the applicants want an order declaring that the disciplinary proceedings instituted against UB students pursuant to the ‘revised and simplified University of Botswana Student Code of Conduct’ are null and void.

Moreover, the student leaders want the Court to declare charges issued to students on March 14 2017- subsequent to student protests early this year to be null and void too.

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