New system wreaks havoc at UB

Trying times: Students mill about, confused as to the way forward. PIC KEBOFHE MATHE
Trying times: Students mill about, confused as to the way forward. PIC KEBOFHE MATHE

Glitches within a new IT platform designed to reduce queues at the University of Botswana, have brought fresh chaos for students as the semester begins, with delays in the release of 2014 results and late supplementary exams.

Gremlins within the integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (iERP) at the University of Botswana (UB) have led to the delays in the release of the results of the 2014 second semester and supplementary exams.

Even as students battled to access their results, classes resumed at the University on Monday, leaving many in the lurch. Some students were also unable to sign up for courses as the self-registration system within the iERP malfunctioned.

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