The beneficiaries of the Adam Molai Scholarship Fund have left to attend their respective universities in South Africa.
The Scholarship Fund is part of the Adam Molai Foundation’s programmes that are aimed not only at giving back to the community but also uplifting them.
Eight students who benefit from the scholarship to attend institutions in Zimbabwe and South Africa would be covered in tuition fees, living and travelling expenses.
The students are Forgiveness Jofana (22) from Mutoko (Bachelor of Business Science), Tamuonaishe Silas Chineka (21) from Mahusekwa (Actuarial Science), Trust Rusike (21) (Mechanical Engineering), Harrison Tauro (21) from Harare (Bachelor of Commerce), to attend the University of Cape Town and, Jephiel Munyaradzi Sithole (20) from Chihota and Dudzai Devine Nengwe (21) at Rhodes University in Grahamstown doing their Bachelor of Commerce degree.
The other beneficiaries already attending institutions in the country are Isabel Mahlatywa, from Chipinge studying for her last year in Property Development and Estate Management at the National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo, and Mary Morris (21) is studying her 3rd-year Sociology at the Great Zimbabwe University in Masvingo.