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The NSFAS Administrator Looks to Clean Up the Entity



The NSFAS Administrator Looks to Clean Up the Entity

The NSFAS Administrator Looks to Clean Up the Entity. NSFAS Administrator, Freeman Nomvalo, has taken proactive steps to address concerns and enhance transparency within the entity. Welcoming a comprehensive report and legal opinion from Tshisevhe Attorneys incorporated, Nomvalo aims to streamline operations and uphold the integrity of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).

The NSFAS Administrator Looks to Clean Up the Entity

The report scrutinized claims made by Outa, particularly regarding recorded conversations between the fund’s chairperson and individuals associated with Coinvest Africa. Despite these allegations, the report concluded that there was no substantial evidence to support Outa’s accusations of corruption involving Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande.

Upholding Integrity

Nomvalo tenure as administrator underscores a commitment to thorough investigations and adherence to due process. By diligently assessing claims and seeking legal guidance, NSFAS aims to maintain trust and credibility in its operations.

Tackling Outstanding Payments

In addition to addressing external allegations, the administration is actively responding to internal concerns. Complaints regarding alleged outstanding payments for private student accommodation have been received, prompting a thorough review of financial disbursements and obligations.


Under the leadership of Freeman Nomvalo, NSFAS is poised to strengthen its governance structures and foster greater accountability. By engaging with legal experts and addressing both internal and external challenges, the administrator is paving the way for a more transparent and efficient financial aid system for South African students.

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