Students temporarily kicked out of dormitories in Turkey after Magashule’s foundation fails to pay rent

At least 40 students who were beneficiaries of the Ace Magashule Foundation were temporarily kicked out onto the streets in Turkey, after the suspended ANC secretary general’s failure to pay for their accommodation for more than two years.  

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Lizeka Tandwa
Lizeka Tandwa
Lizeka Tandwa is a political journalist with a keen interest in local government.

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