‘Dr Fake’ nailed by university investigation into her master’s

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Dr Neziwe Alicia Mbebe Mapangwana heads a department within the university’s faculty of educational sciences at the Mthatha campus. Photo: File
Dr Neziwe Alicia Mbebe Mapangwana heads a department within the university’s faculty of educational sciences at the Mthatha campus. Photo: File

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Dr Neziwe Alicia Mbebe Mapangwana heads a department within the university’s faculty of educational sciences at the Mthatha campus.

An internal investigation by WSU found that her Master of Education certificate, which she claimed to have obtained from the then University of the Orange Free State in 2015, was “fraudulent”.

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