Table 2 – Breakdown of leases concluded to date Table 2 provides a breakdown of leases to date (this is an NSFAS requirement – see above). The negative sign indicates students who have submitted agreements but do not qualify according to the requirements of the NSFAS and therefore do not receive the accommodation allowance. Further information about the NSFAS, students who have experienced delays in calling the number listed in previous communications are asked to contact the Hillcrest Campus Registration Centre for help or to send your questions to the email address above. Students who have not yet submitted their rental agreements are encouraged to do so as a emergency. Go to the tax and tax offices. Lapeng Student Centre (Campus Bloemfontein) and Main Administrative Building (Campus Welkom). The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) is pleased to announce that the headquarters of… Table 3 – NSFAS Payments for the 2020 Academic Year Table 1: How does the NSFAs calculate the compensation paid to CUT students? It is important to note that the following provisions apply to the verification process: In accordance with the instructions contained in a letter from the Director General of the Department of Higher Education, Science and Technology (DHET) of January 20, 2020, UP will conduct an audit procedure for the 2020 academic year for NSFAS students living in private housing not accredited by the university. In addition, it is important to indicate the extent of the consultations we have had with our student leaders over time. Management works tirelessly and is constantly engaged with our student management and important staff to ensure a smooth start to the 2020 academic year.

These included a meeting of the Management Committee (Mancom) on 12 December 2019; a meeting of the Tuition Fees Committee (SFC) on January 13, 2020; a meeting of the Council for Study Services (SSC) on January 15, 2020; two meetings of the Senate Executive Committee (Senex), on 21 and 24 January 2020, respectively; a meeting between Mancom and the Student Representation Boards (SRCs) at the two sites on January 27, 2020; a Mancom/SRC meeting scheduled for February 10, 2020; a mass meeting of students on the Bloemfontein campus on 11 February 2020, during which various topics were discussed and agreement was reached on the way forward; the adoption of a Memorandum of Understanding from students on the Welkom campus on 14 February 2020; and management`s responses to these requests at a mass meeting with students on the Welkom campus on February 18, 2020. In addition, several engagements have taken place in recent weeks between me, executives and senior executives, as well as CSR members, at both sites. To date, the following payments have been made to students for the year 2020. Included are students who are NSFAS fellows, as well as other fellows for synthesis purposes. On 20 January 2020, a notice was published on the university of Pretoria (UP) website informing students of the new NSFAS allowances for 2020. Registration and verification of private housing With the rapidly changing world and the fourth industrial revolution, which is a hot topic, ideas are needed… For the sake of clarity, the breakdown is provided in the form of NSFAS allowances that are calculated and paid for. To date, CUT received R64 million RSFAS.

To date, CUT has contributed more than R 93.4 million to all students who have earned their financial and university lives. The difference between the funds received by the NSFAS and the total amount paid to students so far has been funded by CUT funds. It is common practice for NSFAS to reimburse CUT for the difference paid by CUT funds. This plan does not prevent any student from accessing due to financial exclusions.