Gauteng Training MEC cracks down on unlawful colleges
MIDRAND – Gauteng Training MEC, Panyaza Lesufi is warning these running unlawful colleges.
On Thursday the MEC joined an operation to shut down unlawful colleges in Ivory Park, in Midrand.
Lesufi says action will almost definitely be taken against such colleges would possibly per chance well soundless they fail to gain the appropriate documents.
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“We are here to finalise what we have started. There are some colleges that accumulate operated on this home, we gave them an extension, to form out their documents. Unfortunately, they’ve no longer completed that so we now accumulate introduced law enforcement companies, we now accumulate introduced the municipality, we now accumulate also introduced our officers,” he acknowledged.
Lesufi says his department is compiling a document to build up out the skill forward for unlawful colleges.
The document is anticipated to be done within the next two days.
“They are breaking every law that we have within the country. They build no longer need of us which is seemingly to be wisely documented in our country, they build no longer need municipal documents, the lecture rooms need to no longer conducive for learning, they’re no longer following the curriculum that we need and the infrastructure of the college is in a extremely tainted declare.”
Lesufi says the colleges enact no longer adhere to vital protocols.