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Student loans are designed to help cover the costs of university tuition fees, accommodation and study material. Student loans differ from other types of loans as they may have substantially lower interest rates and the repayment schedules may be deferred whilst the person is completing their education. A Student loan enables individuals to get a degree, diploma or other formal qualifications that they would not have been able to if it were not for the loan. Luckily, there’s a host of financial institutions in South Africa, amongst the traditional banks, that focus solely on providing student loans.

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Credit is one of the cornerstones of modern society that lubricates the economy and promotes commercial activity. However, credit enables people to spend money they don

By leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of people willing to make loans to individuals and businesses, the stage is set for any individual or business se

14 January 2015 (SANews) The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) had earmarked R9.5-billion in bursaries and loans for 2015, an increase from the R8.3

(SANews) Cape Town- Higher Education and Training Minister Dr Blade Nzimande has announced that the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has set aside R9.

March 10, 2015 Guest Author (Maya on Money)

In the light of recent developments regarding tuition fees at universities, credit suppliers are looking into innovative ways to secure your and South Africa’s future. Student loans have always been a

Student loans are designed to help cover the costs of university tuition fees, accommodation and study material. Student loans differ from other types of loans as they may have substantially lower int

Doggone it, more costs… do they know you’re a student and not the offspring of some rich king? We know the feeling; may your university memories last as long as your student loan payments do. Wait