Gauteng Education MEC cracks down on illegal colleges
MIDRAND – Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi is warning these working illegal colleges.
On Thursday the MEC joined an operation to shut down illegal colleges in Ivory Park, in Midrand.
Lesufi says action will seemingly be taken towards such colleges must they fail to achieve the coolest paperwork.
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“We are right here to finalise what now we possess started. There are some colleges which possess operated in this case, we gave them an extension, to kind out their paperwork. Unfortunately, they’ve no longer carried out that so we possess introduced law enforcement companies, we possess introduced the municipality, we possess also introduced our officers,” he mentioned.
Lesufi says his department is compiling a file to discover the future of illegal colleges.
The file is anticipated to be done within the following two days.
“They are breaking every law that now we possess within the nation. They would no longer possess other folks which are wisely documented in our nation, they’d no longer possess municipal paperwork, the classrooms are no longer conducive for discovering out, they achieve no longer seem to be following the curriculum that we would possibly well like and the infrastructure of the college is in a actually disagreeable explain.”
Lesufi says the colleges attain no longer adhere to wanted protocols.