Durban – While the Department of Higher Education and Training has given its assurance that the late release of matric results will not affect the state of readiness for the 2023 academic year, at least one KwaZulu-Natal university said registration for first-years would have to be processed in a two-week period.
Quality assurance council Umalusi said the late release of matric results was due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which had affected the school calendar.
Noxolo Memela, a communications manager at the Durban University of Technology (DUT), said the delay in releasing the results had affected the time frame for registration.
“It will only allow us to have two weeks to complete the 2023…
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