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INSETA Lies subject youth to slavery and obstruct justice

INSETA appears to refuse conforming to a norm, to alert the DHET, Dol and public about fake learnerships and labour claims made at PSG Wealth. INSETA likely hopes that me being sued means I’ll leave them alone. Not true.

Like my many readers, I’m an ordinary citizen trying to do what’s right. I reject fear and oppression but don’t have wealth or a fancy organisation to hide behind.

Would I lie about PSG Wealth? Given that they claim to be suing me, perhaps you’ll find out in  court.

INSETA Responds to Allegations Against PSG Wealth

Sandra Dunn, INSETA CEO made this comment about PSG Wealth corporate behaviors (before she knew they were the perpetrators):

This practice must be dealt with in the harshest possible way. Unconscionable.

INSETA’s ‘harshest possible’ Recourse? Lol

INSETA’s position seems to have changed once they knew who the complaint named. The CEO who had been dealing with me personally didn’t even have the guts to inform me herself.

It appears they opted for a soft – soft approach, abandoning learners and the whistle blower who expected justice for EVERYONE, not a questionable justice for ONE.

Victim A was part of a group not an isolated case

The complaint submitted to INSETA alluded to a much larger deviance – that potentially ALL employees work for allowances and that ALL current learnership contracts are null and void. According to the INSETA we have no right to know.

We are left to presume that unlawful labour contracts were continued.

That INSETA failed to follow process thus avoiding and saving PSG Wealth from media attention for human rights infringements.

Given that the victim was part of a group of learners I don’t accept the reductionist approach to problem solving undertaken by INSETA.

Treating this complaint as an isolated incident is an insult to the public and we DEMAND better dammit! 

 INSETA On The Run (i.e. get lost Leonie)

BIFAWU Endorsed Action

Even the union thinks INSETA has lost the plot.

Nuking Nasty Nadia

INSETA house of lies

On 28 February 2017 Sandra Dunn wrote that it was still an incomplete internal process, technically, it appears she says the investigation is not yet completed.

On 14 December I was GATVOL! I went on FB and again had pointed questions for INSETA

“A formal complaint against PSG Wealth regarding learnerships was logged and addressed by INSETA who then proceeded to hide it from the public. This is gross negligence and against the interests of the public. We want proof that INSETA informed Labour, that #PSGWealth was investigated and that proper steps were taken to protect past and current employees.”

Adeline responded with this:

Dear Leonie Hall, I have taken careful note of your complaint. I have checked internally with the relevant department around the matter. Based on all the information I have received, this matter was resolved in February 2017 according to the documentation in my possession.

Let’s get this straight. On 28 February CEO Sandra wrote that the process was incomplete, yet Adeline states that their records show the case had been CLOSED in February.

Fork it. Who’s lying to who?

I request that my community not lose their trust in me as I have not lied about a single fact.

It’s true that I’m angry, frustrated and unsupported by an apparently hostile system hellbent on crushing me. But most of my readers feel that way every day of their lives.

Please stand by me as I fight against this culture of oppression and force INSETA to do what’s right for the victims.

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