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Students to receive NSFAS laptops by March

Nearly a year after Nzimande announced that NSFAS beneficiaries would receive laptops as part of the interventions for Covid-19 at higher education institutions, the devices are yet to be delivered

Nehawu leaders are ‘betraying us’

The accusation by a branch of the union comes after it withdrew from a parliamentary process

Student funding scheme gets new chief executive and board

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme has been under administration for two years after its board was dissolved and its boss resigned not even halfway through his term

NSFAS’s woes do not help its mandate

Nehawu wants the scheme’s administrator, Randall Carolissen, to be removed

Thousands of students still fail to take up Nsfas funding

The financial scheme assisting those in higher learning institutions says it is ready for the year ahead, but many don’t know that they qualify

Sars inquiry resumes, three senior officials set to give evidence

The inquiry has a broad mandate to investigate issues of corporate governance and allegations of misconduct at the revenue collection agency

Sars group executive appointed to NSFAS

Dr Randall Carolissen will serve as an administrator of NSFAS for a period of one year

Sars: Tough economic times undercut tax returns

Sars says despite tax policy reforms which were meant to increase revenue collection, the expected gains didn’t materialise due to a weak economy.

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