“Oh no, not again!” This was the reaction of University of SA (Unisa) students on social media after the university sent out an email on Friday afternoon to students announcing that exam question papers for the second semester – October and November – had been leaked.
The outrage was swift on social media after the university sent the email to its 400 000 students about the compromised exams.
Unisa also informed the students that an investigation was underway to establish what had happened.
Some students panicked online, speculating which modules were affected.
Others speculated that it could have been the Taxation and Business Activities and Economics papers and the Foundations in English Literacy Studies exam.
Questions were emailed to Martin Ramotshela, the university spokesperson, and to Professor Mandla Makhanya, Unisa’s principal and vice-chancellor, on Friday afternoon.
Ramotshela said yesterday he wou