Johannesburg – It’s week three of the SA students/Russia debacle and despite promises by the Mpumalanga Department of Basic Education (MPUDBE), no tuition and rent has been paid, leaving the future of 229 SA students in jeopardy.
Since Monday, 40 medical students at the Saratov Chernyshevsky State University have been barred from attending classes. Now the Russian Embassy in SA has entered the fray. In a statement, the embassy said it took note of MPUDBE’s vows to assist students.
“The Embassy of Russia in SA in collaboration with civic organisations is closely monitoring the situation. We would like to emphasise that as of October 20, 2022, there has been no official information…
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