The University of South Africa, also known as UNISA, has appointed an external firm to review its probe into the sexual harassment claims made by Gugu Ncube.
The university released a statement about its decision to bring in an external company to help assist Ncube, TimesLIVE reported.
The firm would assess whether or not Unisa's internal investigation into Ncube's claims was conducted properly.
The statement added that the firm would advise on the necessary remedial action should it find that Unisa's probe was inadequately done.
Unisa hopes the external firm would help resolve the issue and bring Ncube closure during the "difficult emotional period".
Two weeks ago a video surfaced on social media which showed cops arresting a partially nude woman outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
At the time, Briefly.co.za reported the lady was identified as Gugu Ncube, who accused Unisa of failing to help her after she had been sexually assaulted while working for them.
Ncube has since been charged with public indecency and Unisa released an official media statement claiming Ncube was never an employee.
The statement said Ncube was employed by the Unisa Centre for Early Childhood Education (UCECE), an independent entity.
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