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World Bank - Impact of the New NSFAS Scheme
World Bank - Impact of the New NSFAS Scheme

​Sébastien Dessus of the World Bank discusses the higher education funding changes which have resulted in students on the current National Student Financial Aid Schemes (NSFAS) having their loans converted into grants, how this will impact high education and the economy.

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