Unisa explained that the end to the relationship meant that they are now in charge of paying Nsfas allowances into students’ bank accounts.
The University has since announced that they are in the process of preparing to pay allowances directly to students’ bank accounts.
Unisa said, “Addressing this matter successfully is a priority for the institution. We plead with students to please be patient and allow relevant officials to ensure that all the relevant processes are in place for the distribution of these allowances”.
They added that they do not want to accidentally leave any qualifying student behind. They called on students to ensure they have active bank accounts and also ensure that their contact details are captured correctly on myUnisa. Students must also activate their myLife email.
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“As soon as the online platform for capturing banking details is running, Unisa will inform students accordingly” concluded the University.