UCT offers R100 000 reward for arrest and successful prosecution of Rhodes Memorial attacker

11 March 2016 | Story by Newsroom

Further to the campus announcement, UCT has made the following decisions today in relation to the attacks in the Rhodes Memorial area.

The executive have decided that a reward of R100 000 will be paid for information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of the perpetrator in the recent attacks in the Rhodes Memorial area.

The university is also deploying members of a private security firm to increase patrols in the affected areas in an attempt to increase safety for both students and staff. Furthermore, the executive will meet with SAPS again as soon as possible to ensure that UCT supports SAPS in their efforts to arrest the perpetrator and to ensure that we have done, and continue to do, everything we can to help.

Anyone with any information can contact Steven Ganger, Manager: Investigations, Campus Protection Services, on (021) 650 2222/3 or email Steven.Ganger@uct.ac.za.

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