Students at the University of Namibia’s Rundu Campus have called for the Namibian Students Financial Assistance Fund to de-centralise its services to the regions, saying the current level of service is very poor, citing delayed or unpaid payments as an example. The Namibia press agency quotes the Students Representative Council ‘s member responsible for External Affairs as saying that many students signed loan agreements with the fund, but are yet to receive funding as only those who were able to travel to Windhoek received financial assistance on time and as per agreement. He further stressed that the fund’s student services portal, where students login and access their loan applications, has been ineffective.