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. At the very least, she didn't consider her future. Any investment would have paid off handsomely.
How can one spend millions in less than six months, is my question? Most people, on the other hand, spend money without considering the future because money causes individuals to lose their minds.
Mani has been charged with theft in connection with the money she spent. Please give it a thumbs up, share it, and leave a comment. Tell us what you would have done with R14 million if you had received it in cash.
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