NSFAS chairperson, Sizwe Nxasana, is unhappy with the funding model proposed in the recently released Fees Commission report.
BLSA CEO, Bonang Mohale, said the organisation was deeply disturbed by the sudden resignation of Michael Sachs from Treasury.
President Jacob Zuma said he would only make a formal pronouncement on the Commission of Inquiry’s report – into the feasibility of making higher education and training fee-free – once his Inter-Ministerial Committee on Higher Education Funding processed it.
Cosatu has blasted Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba, following reports that he supports a four percent salary increment for political office bearers.
The Freedom Front Plus (FF Plus) said allegations that Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba, was setting up a parallel administration could not be ignored.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said it had become more apparent than ever that South Africa would encounter more economic turbulence in 2018.
Malusi Gigaba’s announcement that the president has approved an inquiry into Sars received a cautious welcome from opposition parties.
The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) said it was deeply concerned by rumours that the Finance Ministry planned to use PIC funds.
Malusi Gigaba warned ANC that the goal of radical economic transformation (RET) will remain a pipe-dream unless the party sorts out its problems.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is set to explain her controversial report in the Absa bailout.