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PSA Condemns the shocking state of Coastal TVET College and calls for urgent intervention

Neelam Rahim | neelam@radioislam.co.za

2-minute read
06 December 2023 | 09:08 CAT

PICTURE: KZN TVET WEBSITE

The PSA is deeply concerned about the dire financial situation at Coastal TVET College in KwaZulu-Natal, where reports suggest a history of salary payment difficulties and unfair dismissals of long-serving contract workers.

Speaking to Radio Islam International, the PSA’s Mlungisi Ndlovu elaborates on the challenges and financial situations Coastal TVET College faces.

According to Ndlovu, the record shows workers have yet to be paid on time or at all.

The PSA mentions the College’s history of salary payment difficulties in light of the recent declaration that bonuses will be fulfilled in March 2024.

“We have to persuade the National Office of the Department of Education to intervene. We are now facing the situation where there are unable to pay service providers, as a result they decided to sacrifice over 60 contract workers, some who have been servicing the College for 10 years,” says Ndlovu.

The PSA believes the interventions from the office of the Director General are giving no result and further states that Minister Blade Nzimande still needs to address these persistent challenges.

“The college is collapsing as there seems to be no interest in terms of addressing the financial crisis at Coastal TVET College,” Ndlovu added.

Listen to the full interview on Your World Today with Mufti Yusuf Moosagie.

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