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VUT allowances: ‘Students won’t be able to write without data and food’

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Vaal University of Technology. Picture: Supplied/VUT
Vaal University of Technology. Picture: Supplied/VUT

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Steve Mehlo*, who is studying marketing, has been struggling to buy data to enable him to write exams because his government allowance was not paid last month.

Mehlo (24) is among a group of second year students at the Vaal University of Technology (VUT) set to complete last year’s academic programme in March.

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