Sunday, 9 November 2014

Mystery surrounds the Limpopo University South Africa varsity fees

David Shumba Herald Reporter
BENEFICIARIES of the Presidential Scholarship programme at Limpopo University in South Africa are reportedly stranded over non-payment of fees although President Mugabe released money for all universities last year.

President Mugabe is the patron of the scholarship programme.

Sources accused programme director Cde Christopher Mushohwe of misappropriating the funds.

Students were barred from writing end of year examinations over a debt believed to be in the region of R5 million.

The sources said the university could dismiss the students anytime.

Students who graduated last year at the same university were allegedly not given their certificates.

Cde Mushohwe confirmed the development last week, but denied misappropriating funds.
Mystery surrounds the Limpopo University South Africa  varsity fees
He has since engaged the University of Limpopo for clarification.

“Yes, I heard reports from the university about that. They said the money was not reflecting in their account and I gave them proof of payment that showed all details that they proved correct.

“The vice chancellor of the university instructed us to trace the money and our central bank has confirmed that there was no money that bounced. The problem therefore is with the South African side,” he said.

Cde Mushohwe said he engaged the university so that it could allow the students to sit for their examinations.

He blamed the students for raising unnecessary alarm.

“It is the students who are complaining, not the university.

“We are finalising the matter,” he said.

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