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Caught in fee trap, South African university students rebel

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A protest against prohibitive fees threatens to derail South Africa's university calendar but impoverished students like Mmakatleho Sefatsa, who already face expulsion over unpaid bills, say they have nothing to lose.
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