'Bugged or debugged?' The Nsfas spyware saga

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Nsfas administrator Randall Carolissen told committee members during the meeting that there was no bugging at the scheme. Picture: Jenni Evans
Nsfas administrator Randall Carolissen told committee members during the meeting that there was no bugging at the scheme. Picture: Jenni Evans

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Were offices of senior executives bugged at the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (Nsfas) headquarters in Cape Town bugged or not?

This is the question that members of the portfolio committee on higher education, science and technology will probe during an inquiry into Nsfas which was officially declared on Friday last week.

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