January 26, 2021

TUT: Students who stay at home or in non-accredited accommodation do not qualify for meal allowances

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By Thabiso M


The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has issued an open letter to parents and Stake Holders to provide clarity on the progress in resolving the issues.

TUT management says, they have enrolled over R60 000 students for this year and they are facing challenges to assist with and source funding for academically deserving, financially students.

The communique released by TUT states that students who stay at home or in non-accredited accommodation will not qualify for meal allowances.

Read the communique Here

Meanwhile, on Monday the management met with student representatives and decided to move the mid-year examinations  to June due to on-going protests at the institution.

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