Evaluation is critically ongoing on the circumstances surrounding the development of a state-of-the-art college constructed on an unsuitable land in Tembisa.
The South African Human Rights Fee (SAHRC) stated it would examine the Mayibuye Major Faculty in Tembisa on Wednesday.
The development of the college price taxpayers R82 million.
In current stories, the unoccupied college was listed with a number of main flaws.
The multi-million rand college should be opened in 2019 however due to the unsuitable atmosphere, it was left unoccupied.
Calls have been made to make sure that these concerned within the building are held accountable.
The Division of Schooling couldn’t safe an occupancy certificates for the college due to harmful situations.
The varsity would possibly in all probability get demolished.
The provincial supervisor of the SAHRC, Buang Jones, in a press release stated “the fee’s inspection seeks to check the veracity of those claims and to guage the extent to which the college complies with the Nationwide Constructing Laws and the norms and requirements on public college infrastructure”.