Zuma foundation too broke to pay students' fees
President Jacob Zuma's foundation has run out of money and cannot pay university fees for students it promised to fund.
The Sunday Times has established that the Jacob G Zuma Foundation admitted this year that it was unable to honour bursaries for at least 30 students.
In a January letter to the University of Zululand, the foundation admitted that 2016 had been a "challenging" year and it would not be able to meet its financial commitments before the end of the year.The Sunday Times also established that bursary students at North-West University were let down by the foundation, with spokesman Louis Jacobs confirming that last year's fees were finally settled only this year for the about half a dozen bursary holders. It is unclear if and how the 2017 bursary holders were affected.
Read the full article in the Sunday Times: Broke Jacob Zuma Foundation dumps university students