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JOHANNESBURG - The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training is to receive an update on the R14-million that was erroneously paid to a Walter Sisulu University (WSU) student in June.
WSU, the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and Intellimali, which disburses funds on NSFAS's behalf, will attend.
Intellimali has laid a charge of theft against the student who received the money, Sibongile Mani, after she spent more than R800,000 of it
The committee will also meet with the University of Zululand and the Mangosuthu University of Technology on governance challenges.