After more than a week of protests against proposed tuition hikes at universities across South Africa, the government says there will be no fee increases for 2016 after all. But will it be enough to address broader concerns about costs, funding and access when it comes to higher education in Africa’s most advanced economy? Join our conversation at 19:30 GMT. 

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Leigh-Ann Naidoo
Ph.D. student, University of Witwatersrand

Brian Kamanzi @BrianIKamanzi
Student protestor, University of Cape Town

Adam Habib @AdHabb
Vice-Chancellor, University of Witwatersrand

Diane Parker
Deputy Director-General, University Education Department of Higher Education and Training

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