The damning charges against the university’s principal and vice-chancellor, Puleng Lenkabula, include running up a R2 million rand renovation bill for the Clogherine residence.

Unisa Vice-Chancellor Professor Puleng Lenkabula. Photo: @unisa/Twitter

JOHANNESBURG – Unisa Vice-Chancellor Puleng Lenkobula has denied using university fees to buy a fridge and a bed at a total cost of more than 500,000 rand.

Last year, Lenkabula came under fire over the cost of renovating her official residence.

She faces multiple charges, including irregular spending and mismanagement.

For several months now, Unisa has had to fend off bad publicity, several reports of irregular expenses and appointments.

The management of the institution was also accused of almost collapsing the institution.

While some of the allegations arose several years ago, some emerged more recently.

The damning charges against the university’s principal and vice-chancellor, Puleng Lenkabula, include running up a R2 million rand renovation bill for the Clogherine residence.

This includes work to modernize the kitchen, flooring, walls and plumbing.

But more surprising are claims that she spent an inflated 400,000 rand on a refrigerator and 300,000 rand on a bed imported from abroad.

Lenkabula rejected these claims.

“Why don’t you stick to the fact that I said that the provost is prosecuting the departments that have issued citations that go beyond the norm, instead of calling the provost a killer queen who wants to steal from the community’s resources,” he said. Lenkabula.

Lenkabula believes that the accusations are part of an attempt to discredit her.

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