Unisa Students Struggle To Reach Call Centre

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The University of South Africa (Unisa) is a mega university that uses various forms of communication platforms for its students to keep in touch. One of those platforms has been badly impacted and this directly affects students.

 


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Unisa has announced that one of its communication channels has a problem. The Unisa Call Centre will not be taking telephone calls due to operational challenges.  

In the university’s official statement, Unisa said:

We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.

A Unisa student voiced out their frustrations after not receiving their results.

“Email them at [email protected]. I also got helped by them to receive my complete,” responded a fellow student.

This means that students may explore the other communication channels.

For any enquiries, students have been advised to email the university at [email protected] or live chat on myUnisa.

 


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