An inquiry by the Council for Higher Education (CHE) into the remuneration of university vice-chancellors has laid bare weaknesses in how these institutions remunerate their executives, warning that pay is often not linked to performance.

According to a presentation tabled in parliament on Wednesday, the CHE said its investigation found several flaws in how vice-chancellors are paid and how their bonuses are determined...

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