CETA refutes "malicious and misleading allegations" against its boss and leadership
The National Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) management dismissed allegations against its institution and leadership as "baseless" and "false".
This comes after the Union accused CETA CEO of deliberately destabilizing the institution through mismanagement and poor governance, also calling for Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande's intervention.
However, the institution rubbished all allegations, claiming that it is adamant that clean administration and good corporate governance should always be upheld, before reiterating that "management cannot afford to take its eyes off the ball".
"Under the leadership of the CEO, there's been a deliberate process to rebuild the CETA to be among the best performing SETAs in the country,"CETA said in a statement.
The institution said it has also taken to enforce clean administration through the cancellation of iirregularly awarded tenders/contracts, and that disciplinary measures are being implemented in line with the existing policies and procedures.
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