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GIPS students in Francistown vow to continue boycotting classes

Friday, 17 March, 2017 - 08:45

GIPS students in Francistown have vowed to continue boycotting, classes until the institution's management addresses their concerns.

The students went on strike on Monday this week, claiming that the courses offered by the institution are not accredited.

The disgruntled students told Gabz Fm news that since they enrolled in the institution in 2014, they have not received their transcripts.
They further said they are being taught by unqualified lecturers.
They also claim that the institution's library does not have enough books.

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