R1.8-million meant to help students with disabilities register at a Durban college, has allegedly gone missing. That's according to trade union, Nehawu, which also claims Elangeni TVET College's prinicipal went on leave the moment the claims surfaced. The institution says the allegations are baseless. Courtesy #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - R1.8 million meant to help students with disabilities registered at a Durban college has allegedly gone missing.
This according to the trade union, Nehawu, which also claims Elangeni TVET College's principal went on leave the moment the claims surfaced.
The institution says the allegations are baseless.
The union is calling for a forensic investigation into the college.
The union's KZN Secretary Ayanda Zulu says the funds were declared missing as a result of an audit.
"The auditors were doing auditing there was an identification of missing funds of about R1.8 million which was allocated for students that are living with disabilities".
On Monday, a burglary at the institution saw two laptops, a television, decoder camera being stolen.
Nehawu alleges that the laptops stolen contain information relating to the alleged missing funds.
The college says this isn't true.
Students with disabilities have been registered without any problems but Nehawu insists something fishy is going on.