The Durban University of Technology has pushed back it’s opening date.
The institution’s Alan Khan says they’re yet to reach an agreement with administrative staff – who have been striking for weeks.
“The lectures were meant to start on 5 February but the executive committee took a decision today to only commence the academic programme on Monday, 12 February. There’s still a deadlock regarding the salary impasse. At this stage, the university has taken a decision to delay the start of the 2018 academic year,” he says.