31 July 2012

South Africa: Edusolution Must Be Investigated

press release

As the debacle of the books saga in Limpopo continues and the Minister of Basic Education Mrs Angie Motshekga faces more pressure from the different sectors in this regard, there is a need for a thorough investigation into Edusolution.

"We are greatly concerned about the alleged connection between the Edusolution and the various Provincial Education Departments, particularly when it comes to its CEO", said Mr Alfred Mpontshane MP, the IFP Spokesperson for Education in Parliament.

Mpontshane further added that there must also be an investigation regarding the Spokesperson for Edusolution who has held various positions in both the national and the provincial departments including that as Acting Head of KZN Department of Education.

"As the IFP, we believe that this is a matter of urgency to be investigated as soon as possible so that the truth must come out so that it must be known who are the real culprits involved in this book saga", Mpontshane concluded.

Mr Phendulani Biyase on 073 024 5675

(IFP Parliamentary Media Liaison Officer)

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