Durban – Two years after the Department of Basic Education in KwaZulu-Natal concluded an impromptu investigation into the sanitary pads scandal, a whistle-blower is now claiming that they were instructed to withhold information from investigators.
As a result, the whistle-blower who has prepared a document and sent it to several entities including the media, the SIU, the KZN Office of the Premier and prominent teacher’s unions, claims corruption was not completely uprooted in the department.
It was not stated who exactly issued the illegal instruction which carries a jail term when one is convicted since it amounts to obstruction of justice.
The sanitary pads scandal the whistle-blower…
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