NSFAS board chairperson Ernest Khosa.
The husband of a director of one of four companies contracted to pay National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) allowances to students allegedly paid R1 million towards a South African Communist Party (SACP) conference.
This is contained in an Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) report.
OUTA has been investigating the direct payment contracts awarded to the four companies – Coinvest Africa (Pty) Ltd, Tenet Technology (Pty) Ltd, Ezaga Holdings (Pty) Ltd, and Norraco Corporation (Pty) Ltd – in June 2022.
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