this is a natural result when 7% of the country continues to hold economic privileges. the ruling class has held onto power nicely while fooling most of the people that south africa is democratic and free. the disparities will emerge in conflicts of interest like the one we see here and in similar videos where privileged students barricade themselves into a classroom in cape town.
you may consider the rioters are violent, but imo, the system is endemically violent and so the only natural response of the ruling class in a state like this one, is to resort to violent means to hodl ono power. the situation on the ground is that the majority of students are in a conflict over fee costs which they cannot pay.
the minority wishes to hold on to privileges and so they resort to violent opposition by going against the marginalised students' actions - by not joining their marginalised peers, instead barricading of doors insode the privileged laager is a violent and desperate action. the situation requires leadership on a national level.
I believe I did this climb in about 9 minutes but my #strava data records 28 minutes : -D Just this once, I stopped to take a shot & waited for my buddy 20 meters before the segment ended Now I'll have to go thrash that hill later today