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EDUCATION

Walter sisulu student to be sentenced after exams.

JUST IN | Millionaire NSFAS student Sibongile Mani fails to have case discharged The Walter Sisulu University student (Sibongile Mani) mistakenly received R14 million NSFAS money instead of R1400 in her bank account. Sibongile Mani is being accused of theft after she allegedly spent more than R800,000 of the R14m.

  2 months ago ago
Walter sisulu student to be sentenced after exams.

PERSONAL-INVESTING

EXPOSED | Remember the girl got R14 million from NSFAS - everything you need to know

EXPOSED | Remember the youngster got R14 million from NSFAS - all that you require to know If the name doesn't sound recognizable, she's the Walter Sisulu University (WSU) understudy who accidentally had R14 million plonked into her record from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).

  3 months ago ago
EXPOSED | Remember the girl got R14 million from NSFAS - everything you need to know

SOCIETY

Student who blew cash after R14 million was accidentally credited to her account

The Walter Sisulu University (WSU) student accused of stealing R14 million in NSFAS funds maintained her innocence, despite admitting to the court that she spent R820,000 in 73 days at 48 merchants after discovering the error. Sibongile Mani is charged with theft for allegedly misusing funds credited to her student account on 1 June 2017.

  3 months ago ago
Student who blew cash after R14 million was accidentally credited to her account

SOCIETY

Cruel fate as man who walked into a shop that was being robbed gets shot dead

Cruel fate met a well known Walter Sisulu University tennis coach after he walked into a sweet shop that was being robbed and he was shot dead by the suspects. The 48-year-old Gonubie resident was shot dead when he walked into the E’lollipop Sweet Shop while four armed men were robbing the store.

  1 month ago ago
Cruel fate as man who walked into a shop that was being robbed gets shot dead

EDUCATION

Walter Sisulu University backs NSFAS 75% proposed pass mark

University officers at Walter Sisulu University (WSU) display that they guide the proposed seventy five% pass mark via the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). WSU Vice-Chancellor Professor Rushiella Songca stated that they assist the policy in principle, as it's miles positioned into region to make sure that our students work even harder to graduate on time.

  1 month ago ago
Walter Sisulu University backs NSFAS 75% proposed pass mark

EDUCATION

Walter Sisulu University urges students to apply for NSFAS funding.

2022 NSFAS Application Deadline Dear Future Students and Returnees Please note that the application deadline for NSFAS 2022 is January 7, 2022 (3 days remaining). Future students, with or without enrollment, will be encouraged to apply for NSFAS funding. Delayed applications for NSFAS funding cannot be considered.

  22 days ago ago
Walter Sisulu University urges students to apply for NSFAS funding.

SOCIETY

NSFAS Millionaire Student To Know Her Fate February 2022

While you are here kindly comment, like, share and follow me for more content Sibongile Mani, a Walter Sisulu University student, became a millionaire overnight but her luck became a nightmare. She was accused of theft for using over R810,000 from the R14 million she accidentally received from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) in 2017.

  1 month ago ago
NSFAS Millionaire Student To Know Her Fate February 2022

JUSTICE

OPINION |How could NSFAS blame a student because of their mistakes?

East London Justice of the Peace Want Olivier now no longer make it to the court docket to grant the judgment in opposition to Walter Sisulu University student Sibongile Mani. The Justice of the Peace had been booked off sick. Mani stands accused of the use of R820 zero of R14 million erroneously credited into her scholar account on 1 June 2017.

  20 days ago ago
OPINION |How could NSFAS blame a student because of their mistakes?

EDUCATION

Walter sisulu student to be sentenced after exams

Sibongile Mani, a Walter Sisulu University student, received R14 million in NSFAS funds instead of R1400 in her bank account. Sibongile Mani is accused of stealing after reportedly spending more over R800,000 of the R14 million. Mani spent around R818469 at 48 retailers in the Eastern Cape and Gauteng between June 1 and August 14, when the mistake was discovered.

  2 months ago ago
Walter sisulu student to be sentenced after exams

JUSTICE

Only in 2022 will a millionaire NSFAS student receive a verdict.

Sibongile Mani, a Walter Sisulu University student who received more than R14 million in erroneous funds from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), will learn the outcome of her theft trial next year. The case was scheduled for judgment in an East London courtroom on Tuesday, but it was postponed due to the presiding officer's illness, according to AlgoaFM.

  1 month ago ago
Only in 2022 will a millionaire NSFAS student receive a verdict.

PERSONAL-INVESTING

EXPOSED | Everything you need to know about the girl who received R14 million from NSFAS

If her name doesn't ring a bell, she's the Walter Sisulu University (WSU) student who had R14 million from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme inadvertently deposited in her account (NSFAS). She squandered the funds in a short amount of time by purchasing needless items and arranging parties for her friends, little realizing that she would be discovered.

  3 months ago ago
EXPOSED | Everything you need to know about the girl who received R14 million from NSFAS

SOCIETY

I did not steal the R14 million of NSFAS money, says Student

The Walter Sisulu University (WSU) understudy faulted for taking R14 million of NSFAS cash stayed aware of her innocence, paying little mind to surrender to the court that she blew R820 000 at 48 sellers in 73 days, in the wake of having gotten the screw-up.

  3 months ago ago
I did not steal the R14 million of NSFAS money, says Student

EDUCATION

She robbed the national student financial aid scheme millions this is what happened to her.

https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/judgment-for-student-accused-of-theft-from-nsfas-millions-postponed-while-she-writes-final-exams-20211117 Because she was writing exams, the Walter Sisulu University student accused of stealing NSFAS money was unable to attend court for the judgment in her trial. In 2017, more than R14 million was incorrectly credited to her account. She spent R820 000 of the total.

  2 months ago ago
She robbed the national student financial aid scheme millions this is what happened to her.

JUSTICE

R14 million NSFAS student accused of stealing refuses to testify

At her trial in the East London High Court, Sibongile Mani, a Walter Sisulu University (WSU) student accused of stealing R14 million from NSFAS, refused to testify in her own defense. Mani's lawyer, Asande Pakade, refused to let her enter the witness box during a recent court hearing because she might deliver incriminating evidence.

  2 months ago ago
R14 million NSFAS student accused of stealing refuses to testify

SOCIETY

Latest on student who blew cash after R14 million was accidentally credited to her account

The Walter Sisulu University (WSU) understudy blamed for taking R14 million of NSFAS cash kept up with her guiltlessness, notwithstanding conceding to the court that she blew R820 000 at 48 traders in 73 days, in the wake of having gotten the blunder. Sibongile Mani stands blamed for robbery for spending a piece of the large numbers credited into her understudy account on 1 June 2017.

  3 months ago ago
Latest on student who blew cash after R14 million was accidentally credited to her account

SOCIETY

NSFAS Millionaire Denies Stealing Any Money

The Walter Sisulu University (WSU) understudy blamed for taking R14 million of NSFAS cash kept up with her honesty, notwithstanding conceding to the court that she blew R820 000 at 48 traders in 73 days, in the wake of having gotten the blunder. Sibongile Mani stands blamed for robbery for spending a part of the large numbers credited into her understudy account on 1 June 2017.

  3 months ago ago
NSFAS Millionaire Denies Stealing Any Money

JUSTICE

It ended in tears for former WSU student for using Nsfas money, (R800,000) in 73 days buying this

Sibongile Mani is accused of theft after she spent just over R800,000 of the R14 million she accidentally received from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme in 2017. The theft case against a former Walter Sisulu University student who accidentally received R14 million from National Student Financial Aid Scheme (Nsfas) will resume in court on Tuesday.

  3 months ago ago
It ended in tears for former WSU student for using Nsfas money, (R800,000) in 73 days buying this

JUSTICE

NSFAS Student Charged With Theft For Spending R800,000 Of The 14 Million She Accidentally Received

Sibongile Mani is charged with theft after spending just over R800,000 of the R14 million accidentally received from the National Student Financial Aid Plan (NSFAS) in 2017. The theft case against a former Walter Sisulu University student who accidentally received R14 million from the National Student Financial Aid Program (NSFAS) resumes Tuesday in court.

  3 months ago ago
NSFAS Student Charged With Theft For Spending R800,000 Of The 14 Million She Accidentally Received

SOCIETY

NSFAS 14 Million Error. She deserves to go to jail or there was corruption, See what happened

FORMER WSU STUDENT IS BACK IN COURT FOR R14M THEFT CASE Sibongile Mani is accused of theft after she spent just over R800,000 of the R14 million she accidentally received from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) back in 2017. The theft case against a former Walter Sisulu University student who accidentally received R14 million from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) resumed in court on Tuesday.

  3 months ago ago
NSFAS 14 Million Error. She deserves to go to jail or there was corruption, See what happened

HEALTH

Universities granted millions to develop Covid-19 vaccine

Walter Sisulu University (WSU) and North West University (NWU) have been conceded R3.5m to help privately made applicant antibodies, including one for Covid-19. An update of arrangement among WSU and the Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (Chieta) was endorsed in November to direct preclinical preliminaries to test the adequacy of competitor Covid-19 immunizations which have been now evolved.

  2 months ago ago
Universities granted millions to develop Covid-19 vaccine