Hundreds of Unisa invigilators face the axe as exams move to online

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Hundreds of Unisa invigilators face the axe as exams move to online. Picture: Son
Hundreds of Unisa invigilators face the axe as exams move to online. Picture: Son

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More than 1 600 contract invigilators at the University of SA (Unisa) face the axe following the university’s decision to shift all examinations online.

“Unisa left invigilators nationally and internationally frustrated. We don’t expect something like this to be done by a big institution such as Unisa to contribute to the impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic by contributing to the high unemployment rate,” said one invigilator who asked not to be identified.

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