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NSFAS Exposed Blade Nzimande But No Action Has Been Taken Yet

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NSFAS Exposed Blade Nzimande But No Action Has Been Taken Yet

NSFAS Exposed Blade Nzimande But No Action Has Been Taken Yet. Numerous organizations have voiced their disappointment over the absence of any action taken against Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande in the aftermath of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) exposé. Despite revelations of alleged misconduct involving Nzimande, the South African Communist Party (SACP), and NSFAS board chairperson Ernest Khosa, the recent ANC National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting and President Ramaphosa January 8 statement remained silent on the fate of Nzimande.

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Calls for Nzimande Removal

The call for Blade Nzimande’s removal from his position as the head of higher education has grown louder in the wake of compelling evidence. Accusations have surfaced, suggesting that Nzimande, along with the SACP and NSFAS board chairperson Ernest Khosa, received kickbacks for tenders from NSFAS service providers. Despite these serious allegations, no decisive action has been taken to address the concerns raised by various organizations.

Ramaphosa Stance on Corruption

During his address at the Mbombela Stadium, President Ramaphosa sought to distance the ANC from individuals involved in corruption and serious crimes. Emphasizing the criminal nature of corruption in government, business, and society, the President highlighted its detrimental impact on poverty alleviation and societal transformation.

Conclusion

As the controversy surrounding Blade Nzimande persists without any concrete action being taken, uncertainty looms over his continued role as Higher Education Minister. The absence of a clear response from the ANC and President Ramaphosa adds to the frustration expressed by concerned organizations, leaving the public awaiting a resolution to the allegations and a decision on Nzimande’s future in government.

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