Bursary scheme spends big money on party but doesn't pay students

Ceta bursaries unpaid, but state in the dark

23 June 2019 - 00:03 By PREGA GOVENDER

Months after hundreds of students were bused to Johannesburg to hear details of a bursary scheme, many of them are still penniless and desperate.

A government entity responsible for skills development services, the Construction Education and Training Authority (Ceta), splashed more than R2m when it partnered with Wits University to host a dinner for 897 bursary recipients and 300 delegates at the campus in February...

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