Funded by taxpayers to the tune of R47.6bn ($2.5bn) per year and sustaining 1.1 million students, South Africa’s National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is Africa’s richest. But like other public enterprises in the country, it’s also now a potential crime scene.
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