Labour unions say University of South Africa (UNISA) management is playing hide and seek with them. UNISA employees have been on strike since last week demanding a salary increase.
Wage negotiations between the employer and labour at the University of South Africa have deadlocked, leaving over 300 000 students stranded as over 7 000 workers, across the country, downed tools.
The University of South Africa (Unisa) has sourced the services of an independent negotiator to reach a settlement with over 4 000 staff members who downed tools amid salary negotiations.
A week long wage strike by over 4 000 UNISA workers at the institutions seven regional campuses across the country continues amid talks between management and the unions.
University of South Africa (UNISA) says it is not quite sure why some students have not yet received their exam results as it says 99% of its students have indeed received their marks.