JOHANNESBURG - Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande on Friday said he thought that the passage highlight defilement over subsidizing at NSFAS in tertiary establishments was through the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa).
He said his area of expertise and Sassa would explore regarding how qualifying understudies right now getting subsidizing from the plan were supported.
Talking in Pretoria on Friday evening, Nzimande gave an update of NSFAS financing for the 2022 scholarly year.
He said Sassa would be gotten into the test to help checking the information submitted to NSFAS so they could manage the understudies who were viewed as getting subsidizing wrongfully.
"Since they realize that they don't qualify, however they have tracked down an approach to giving misleading data in with the end goal that understudies that come from good families benefit from NSFAS while unfortunate understudies from the common keep on being barred."
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