NSFAS to take over payment of student allowances by September as it tries to cut out 'middle men'

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The National Student Financial Aid Scheme plans to begin paying allowance directly into university students bank accounts by September as it heads to court to cancel contracts with irregularly appointed direct payments to service providers.

NSFAS held its first media briefing on Monday since the appointment of administrator Freeman Nomvalo in April by higher education minister Blade Nzimande.
27 May 10AM English South Africa News · Daily News

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