OUTA’s head of investigations, Rudie Heyneke, say they are receiving support from students and student organisations.
The Organisation Undoing Tax
Abuse (OUTA) says it has been receiving widespread support from students since
allegations surfaced service providers contracted by the National Student
Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) paid millions of rand in kickbacks to Higher
Education Minister Blade Nzimande and the chairperson of the board, Ernest
head of investigations, Rudie Heyneke, said they were receiving support and
congratulations from students and student organisations, including the SA Union
of Students (SAUS) and the SA Students Congress (Sasco).
“Students like what we do
and believe in us and support us.
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