02-21-2015, 05:02 PM
Disclosure of performance SABC Chairman Helen Tshabalala was honest and prescripts of the law, said University of SA (UNISA).
"We want to place it on record that ... from the very beginning, our processing all requests to disclose our records against Ms. Tshabalala was above board, prescripts of the law and our own policies, "said Unisa today.
University, said as he dealt with the issue consistent with how it handled requests for disclosure of information relating to all its students and alumni.
"The University does not at any time disclose or order the disclosure of performance of Ms. Tshabalala-party, except those to whom we are required to by law."
By Tshabalala's lawyers, the parliamentary portfolio Committee on communications and the Legal Division of Media24 was granted access to records in terms of facilitating the access to information act.
The University was confident of the integrity of its academic system that was reliable and easy to manipulate, "he said.
He had not received any legal effect of Tshabalala and considered the matter closed.
"We ... have not received any notice Ms. Tshabalala to a lawsuit against the University or Mr. Jan Van Wyk from our legal department ...
"We did everything that we were legally bound to do in connection with this issue, and this issue is now closed."