The historical background and location of the institution also played a major role in people employed by the university, said Mtose.
“We are in an area [rural] where you have to work with what you have,” she said. “Just to fill one position, it can take several months. But we are serious about gender transformation in our institution.”
From the observations and presentation given by UniZulu, the commissioners said it would compile a final report and submit it to the university.
The findings, according to commissioner Dennis Matotoka, were binding. He said there had never been a case where a university had failed to comply or cooperate with the recommendations of the commission.