Parliament grills WSU on unaccredited qualifications and its plan for affected students

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There are currently 166 students registered in these programmes in this academic year, according to the presentation. Photo: Supplied
There are currently 166 students registered in these programmes in this academic year, according to the presentation. Photo: Supplied

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Its members told the management and council of WSU that those responsible cannot be shielded, and that they must be brought to the book for causing distress not only to the students but their families as well.

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