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President Jacob Zuma’s decision to offer free education to first-year students in 2018 should be welcomed if the country can afford it‚ the chairperson of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) said on Monday.
“The decision has to be welcomed‚ assuming that the country can afford to do all of that‚” NSFAS chair Sizwe Nxasana said on Radio 702.
It can then be extended to post-graduate students and those past students who were historically indebted at a later date.
"The post-school education and training (PSET) sector challenges present one of the most urgent threats to the achievability of the targets set out in the National Development Plan‚ particularly the alleviation of race‚ gender and class-based inequality‚ poverty and unemployment," said Zuma.
"The youth require access to opportunities in the PSET sector to ensure their effective participation in the economy and to facilitate our nation’s collective social mobility.
President Jacob Zuma has released the report looking into the plausibility of free tertiary education in South Africa.
The fees commission, which compiled the report, said that every student has the right to further education, and that the state has an obligation to make this progressively available and accessible.