About 6 metres are separating police and protesters on Darling Street Cape Town. (Tina Hsu, News24)
Johannesburg- Celebs from across SA have lent their voices to the ongoing student protests currently gripping the country, with many sharing their own personal struggles with having to drop out of university over University fees.
Actress and TV personality, Boity Thulo, revealed this week that she, like many students, had to drop out of university because her family was unable to pay high varsity fees.
Boity's story is similar to that of rapper Yanga who also revealed he dropped out over varsity fees.
And while social media is filled with celebs messages on the strike, a few of our favourites including DJ Sbu decided to not just talk the talk but march the march.