By Matshidiso Makhalanyane It`s a sad morning to which TUT Soshanguve students wake up to. Dreams of the youth of South Africa are slowly vanishing in front of their eyes. When one pursues their dreams by going to university for further training, it is quite clear that they are looking forward to having a better future for themselves. Students leaving campuses with their belongings after the university management instructed them to do so, was one of the most heartbreaking moments to witness. Some students were stranded as they didn`t have money to go home. Some were puzzled as to where they’re going to put their heads down, since they cannot afford to go home. “No one is going to sleep at the garage, we from TCE and Sosh South will give our students meal packages and accommodation as arranged.” said SRC leader, Sthembiso Ka Shandu. Tshwane University of Technology has informed its students about the meeting that is to be held. “In light of disruptions at the Soshanguve campuses, TUT management seeks to engage with parents of affected students and all relevant stakeholders during a Town Hall meeting scheduled for Saturday, 19 March, at the Gencor hall on the Soshanguve South campus. The meeting begins at 11:00. Please note: Soshanguve campuses remain closed until 5 April”. Photo courtesy of: Mafusi