Johannesburg – For the past three weeks, the lives of 229 South African students have been in limbo at Russian universities.
On Monday, matters came to a head when 40 medical students at the Saratov Chernyshevsky State University were banned from attending classes.
This week Mpumalanga Education MEC Bonakele Makeba accused the students of exaggerating their plight to further the cause of the previous placement agency which did not have its contract renewed.
The fees are now almost three months overdue. The department’s financial officer Thokozile Ntuli has blamed the ongoing war in Ukraine for the delay, but has confirmed the money has been transferred to DIrco but no one knows…
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