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Some South African universities to reopen despite student fee protests

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Most South African universities will reopen on Monday despite on-campus clashes between police and students protesters earlier this week, though some, including the University of Cape Town, would remain temporarily shut, media reported.
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