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An apology issued by UKZN for mistakenly sending acceptance offers rejected applicants

An apology issued by UKZN for mistakenly sending acceptance offers to the rejected applicants. An apology was reportedly issued by the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal for a technical glitch that saw acceptance letters being sent to applicants whose applications had been rejected by the institution .

Technology plays a huge role in learning institutions as it helps with the everyday running of business . However , technical glitches can also cause more damage. It is fortunate that the technical problem had nothing to do with mistakenly transferring some amounts of money .

As for the UKZN , the technical glitch saw some rejected applicants receiving acceptance letters . These developments were reportedly shared on social media whereby applicants shared their experience of having received text messages which withdrew the acceptance offers that had been sent earlier .

The text message that was sent by the university reportedly informed the applicants that the acceptance letter received was a tesult of a technical problem and that it was being withdrawn.The text message went on and informed the applicants that their applications remained unsuccessful and apologized for the inconveniences that had been caused .

It is sad however to note that there were some applicants who were reportedly inconvenienced with what happened . One named Mandisa Maphumulo reportedly said that he was disappointed with what happened . He reportedly thought that the message that withdrew the acceptance letter was a mistake .

This was due to the fact that it had never happened before .Maphumulo reportedly shared his experience on Facebook as he sought more understanding about what had happened , but discovered that he was not the only one who had seen a withdrawal notification from the university. The University of Kwa-Zulu Natal reportedly confirmed that the messages were coming from them and that they were authentic .


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