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TUT wants Nsfas beneficiaries to foot R22-million accommodation bill

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Tshwane University of Technology. Picture: Samson Ratswana
Tshwane University of Technology. Picture: Samson Ratswana

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This is at least what TUT told the Pretoria High Court and Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s office last year following cases lodged by the private residence owner, Wandisile Makhubela.

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