Security at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, where the ruling ANC was holding its national conference, has been beefed up.
Journalists were scheduled to have a meeting with organisers this morning but on arrival they were refused entrance onto the campus.
Reporters had to park their cars outside campus and walk.
All entrances to the university were guarded by police officers.
at the entrances said cars needed to be searched and checked at the
Tempe Military Base. Each vehicle would then receive a clearance sticker
which would allow them access to the campus.
Service providers and ambulances were also turned away because they did not have clearance stickers.
The African National Congress’s national conference starts tomorrow.
source – Sapa