Within 14 days, the party requests that the MEC release the report.
The department has looked into allegations that Nkolongwane Primary School’s governing body members were given bribes during the hiring process.
READ: At KZN School, cash and cattle are exchanged for teacher positions.
According to a whistleblower, the school’s principal promised SGB members R120 000 and three cattle in exchange for the deputy principalship of his preferred candidate.
If the MEC refuses to share the report, the IFP’s Thembeni Mthethwa claims they will do so under the Promotion of Access to Information Act.
When there are such corruption allegations, we cannot remain silent. We are pleading with the MEC because she stated that she would launch an investigation. We ask that it be made available to the general public.