Woman who could lose job opportunity over unpaid fees appeals for help

Woman who could lose job opportunity over unpaid fees appeals for help

- Amanda Ngubane has been offered a learnership

- Her employer has to register her with a professional body

- However, this isn't possible because her university withheld her degree certificate because of unpaid fees

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A young woman from Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, risks losing a learnership opportunity because of unpaid fees.

Amanda Ngubane took to Twitter to appeal for help, Briefly.co.za gathered. She explained:

I'm about to lose a job opportunity because I didn't receive my certificate (Accounting Degree) when I graduated in 2016 due to unpaid fees. I had a bursary from @fasset_sa and somehow they didn't pay all my fees. Please help. @EFFSouthAfrica @Julius_S_Malema @samkelemaseko

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In a reply to a tweet from a concerned follower, Amanda said her prospective employer has to register her with a professional body.

However, the body has declined to register her without the certificate, which the University of Zululand has withheld. The opportunity might therefore slip away from her.

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Amanda didn't disclose the outstanding fees amount. She revealed that she has been using a letter from her university to get internships, but this time it isn't enough.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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