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Higher Education Laws Amendment Act, No. 21 of 2011
NOTE: Assented to and published in English, with alternative copy in Afrikaans
To amend the Higher Education Act, 1997, so as to regulate the conduct of members of the council, members of committees of the council and employees of a public higher education institution engaging in business with the relevant public higher education institution; and to adjust the period within which an independent assessor appointed by the Minister must finalise an investigation; to amend the National Student Financial Aid Scheme Act, 1999, so as to empower the Minister to intervene in the case of poor or non-performance or maladministration by the board of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme; to provide for the dissolution of the board, as well as the procedure for such dissolution; to provide for the appointment of an administrator to temporarily take over the management, governance and administration of the board; and to repeal the provisions placing an obligation on the employer of a borrower to make deductions from the remuneration of the borrower; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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