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Please compare your answers to the answers in the feedback in order to see where you have made your mistakes.Converting your document to PDF will ensure that your file presentation remains exactly as you intended.Assignments can be submitted via my Unisa, placed in a Unisa assignment box, posted to Unisa or submitted via courier.The university gives her a chance to complain about this. In this scenario, the rules within the university are found to be clear.An impartial person hears the complaint and decides that the rules with regard to promotions within the university are clear and apply to all personnel equally. (2) The rules must apply generally to all people in the group in the same circumstances.4 ILW1501/201 Question 1 Read the following scenario and answer the question that follows: Thandi Ngobeni is not promoted by New Africa University and she is very upset about the decision.Thandi feels that she was not promoted simply because she is a woman. Formal justice is achieved if the following criteria are met: (1) There must be explicit rules laid down to show how people must be treated in specific cases.Remember: It's your responsibility to ensure that you assignments are received by Unisa (preferably 72 hours) before the closing date.To enquire whether Unisa has received your assignments, go to my Unisa or send an e-mail to [email protected] - include your student number in the subject line.ALSO NOTE: The Study Guide and all the above-mentioned tutorial letters are available electronically on my Unisa under “Official Study Material” or “Additional Resources”.________________________________________________________________________ 4 ASSIGNMENTS, SEMESTER MARK AND ADMISSION TO THE EXAMINATION _______________________________________________________________________ Once again study Tutorial Letter 101/2019, paragraph 8 (p 10) regarding the assignments, admission to the examination and your semester mark.