02-21-2015, 05:04 PM
Academic results disclosure SABC President Ellen Tshabalala was overboard and prescripts of the law, says the University of SA (UNISA).
"We want to put it on record that ... from the very beginning, our handling of all requests to disclose our records in relation to Ms. Tshabalala was greater in law and prescripts our own policies," said UNISA today.
The University said that the way in which he treated the issue was consistent with how it handled the requests for disclosure of information relating to all its students and graduates.
"The University has not at any stage to disclose or disclosure obligation of the academic records of Mrs. Tshabalala of any part, except those to whom I was obliged by law to."
The parties have included lawyers, portfolio Committee Tshabalala Parliament relating to communications and the Legal Department of Media24 who was granted access to the records in respect of the promotion of access to Information Act.
The University was confident in the integrity of its system of academic record, who was trustworthy and is not easily prone to manipulation, he said.
She did not receive any legal action of Tshabalala and watched the issue closed.
"We ... we have not received any notice of Ms. Tshabalala will pursue legal action against the University or Mr. Jan Van Wyk from our Legal Department on ...
"I did everything I was supposed to do in relation to this matter and this matter closed now."