Nehawu's credibility questioned after getting caught up in 'bargaining' claims with NSFAS, Nzimande

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A labour union has come under criticism in Parliament for allegedly using the portfolio committee on higher education, science and technology as a “bargaining chip”.
A labour union has come under criticism in Parliament for allegedly using the portfolio committee on higher education, science and technology as a “bargaining chip”.

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This comes after the National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) on Thursday pulled out of a crucial committee meeting on Friday, where it was set to present a dossier containing allegations of corruption, maladministration and mismanagement at the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (Nsfas).

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