MyUnisa Crashed

By | July 18, 2018

MyUnisa Crashed

MyUnisa Crashed, I have tried online applications but the site crashes and it’s slow. I think a lot of people are trying to apply and that’s the reason why it hasn’t worked out for me,” said one student.

To make matters worse, Unisa’s online-registrations website appears to have crashed.

“I have tried online applications but the site crashes and it’s slow. I think a lot of people are trying to apply and that’s the reason why it hasn’t worked out for me,” said one student.

“What it means for me is that I am unable to know where I stand at this moment and can’t take a decision to go to another university.”

Nehawu organiser Ntsako Nombelani says if Unisa does not concede to its demand for a 9 percent increase across the board, the workers will continue its shutdown of all campuses.

“They can afford it, they have reserves and they haven’t presented their statements to say they are in a financial crisis,” he says.

Nombelani says salaries are not the only issue

“It’s more than the 9 percent workers are demanding. There are transformation issues which we are fighting for, we want to de-Guptarise the council of Unisa because there are people who have been cited in the State of Capture Report, Amabhungane leaks and Gupta leaks. These people are the ones fighting for these tenders at Unisa.”