A woman was killed and 22 people were injured at the University of Johannesburg when a stampede broke out among students desperate for a limited number of new spaces to enroll, BBC reported. The woman was the mother of a student who had been waiting with him. The university recently announced that it had an additional 800 places, but more than 9,000 people applied for them. Ihron Rensburg, the vice chancellor, told journalists: "We're deeply saddened and I'm personally anguished about this."
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