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EBOOK: R100 MILLION FOR STUDENTS AS EKURHULENI BURSARY FUND INCREASES TEN FOLD

More than 6000 financially needy learners from Ekurhuleni have benefited from the city’s Community Bursary Fund, renamed Godfrey Pitje Bursary Fund, according to Executive Mayor Mzwandile Masina.

DOWNLOAD THE EBOOK NOW to read more about City of Ekurhuleni’s R100 million Godfrey Pitje Bursary Fund, which has so far produced over 1,300 graduates and benefited 6,600 financially needy learners across the region.

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