MUT: Vice chancellor charged with fraud

2009-05-21 00:00

The suspended vice chancellor of Mangosuthu University of Technology, Aaron Ndlovu, has been officially charged with with fraud and corruption.

According to a report in the Sowetan, Professor Jonathan Jansen, the administrator at the university, disclosed that a forensic audit has implicated Ndlovu on several charges, including poor governance and mismanagement.

Ndlovu was suspended last year pending the outcome of the investigation.

Also at MUT, academic staff have been given notice to get the necessary qualifications or risk losing their jobs.

Quoted on the SABC’s website, Jansen said: “Nobody will ever be employed again in this institution unless they have at least a Master’s degree.”

— Witness Reporter.

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