Growthpoint Properties, which is scaling up its investment in student accommodation to further diversify its revenue base, said on Thursday it was looking to manage the fallout from a decision to cap an annual subsidy at R45,000.

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), which is funded by the department of higher education & training, set the limit earlier this year after providing full cover...

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