Gauteng Education MEC cracks down on illegal colleges
MIDRAND – Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi is warning those running 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 against such colleges must they fail to originate the apt documents.
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“We’re here to finalise what we devour now started. There are some colleges that devour operated on this region, we gave them an extension, to sort out their documents. Unfortunately, they’ve no longer performed that so now we devour brought legislation enforcement companies, now we devour brought the municipality, now we devour moreover brought our officials,” he stated.
Lesufi says his department is compiling a document to resolve the future of illegal colleges.
The document is anticipated to be accomplished in the next two days.
“They’re breaking every legislation that we devour now in the country. They would no longer devour folks which may possibly possibly be correctly documented in our country, they’d no longer devour municipal documents, the lecture rooms need to no longer conducive for learning, they establish no longer seem to be following the curriculum that we need and the infrastructure of the school is in a basically deplorable allege.”
Lesufi says the colleges private no longer adhere to mandatory protocols.