UJ raises millions for 'missing middle' students
The University of Johannesburg has raised millions for students who are too rich for financial aid and too poor to afford fees.
Xolani Gwala on Monday spoke to UJ's deputy vice-chancellor for strategic services, Mpho Letlape, about how the university raised the money.
Listen to the conversation below:
... We're currently sitting at R31 million; we still need R29 million before the end of the year to cover the 5000 that have been identified.Mpho Letlape, UJ deputy vice-chancellor