Gauteng Education MEC cracks down on unlawful colleges
MIDRAND – Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi is warning those running unlawful colleges.
On Thursday the MEC joined an operation to shut down unlawful colleges in Ivory Park, in Midrand.
Lesufi says action might perhaps be taken against such colleges might perhaps presumably also aloof they fail to produce the steady paperwork.
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“We’re here to finalise what we now secure got started. There are some colleges that secure operated on this home, we gave them an extension, to model out their paperwork. Sadly, they’ve no longer achieved that so we now secure brought legislation enforcement agencies, we now secure brought the municipality, we now secure furthermore brought our officials,” he said.
Lesufi says his department is compiling a document to settle the draw forward for unlawful colleges.
The document is anticipated to be carried out in the next two days.
“They are breaking every legislation that we now secure got in the country. They wouldn’t secure americans who’re correctly documented in our country, they would not secure municipal paperwork, the classrooms are no longer conducive for studying, they’re no longer following the curriculum that we need and the infrastructure of the college is in a actually defective command.”
Lesufi says the colleges attain no longer adhere to mandatory protocols.