University reports reveal serious allegations of wrongdoing

Reports submitted to the council of the University of South Africa (UNISA) have revealed allegations of violations of university rules and policies, and the laws of the country, which resulted in the loss of millions of rand through over-expenditure, writes Rapula Moatshe for Pretoria News.

The reports were submitted to the university council by UNISA Vice-Chancellor and Principal Professor Puleng LenkaBula. In a letter addressed to the chair of the council, LenkaBula said the reports had not been submitted to the management committee – as was normal procedure – due to some of its members being implicated.

Submission of the reports had been delayed, she said, because of the serious nature of the issues in the reports, and some managers implicated in the reports were management committee members and she needed time to seek legal advice, she said.
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