While some South African universities, including UCT and the University of the Free State, have agreed to register students despite their unpaid debt, the SA Union of Students, which is spearheading the latest fees protests, said this was only a partial victory. “Students have scored some victories in the protests but most of these victories are campus-based, not national. When it comes to the national demands made, the leadership continue to engage and try to find common ground,” said Saus national organiser Yandisa Nzoyiya, insisting that protests will continue until the demand to clear all student debt has been met.