Repeat sponsorship not sustainable – Letsholathebe

Letsholathebe PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Letsholathebe PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Government sponsorship beneficiaries have been urged to ensure timely completion of their studies as payment for repeat sponsorship is not sustainable.

As government continues with efforts to develop human capital through awarding of sponsorships, beneficiaries have been challenged to make full use of this opportunity.

The Minister of Education and Skills Development, Douglas Letsholathebe made the remarks during the recent press conference on tertiary education financing that was held at the Department of Tertiary Education Financing's (DTEF) Cherry Hall. Letsholathebe revealed that government pays about P60 million every month as living allowances for tertiary education-sponsored beneficiaries.

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