Bonginkosi “Zola” Dlamini better known as Zola 7 is giving away bursaries to study at Afribiz Academy based in Johannesburg. Bonginkosi Dlamini continues to uplift and empower the youth with his recent bursary programme partnership.
All you need is to go to the Afribiz Academy website, download the application form and send it right away!
Afribiz Academy is a technical training institution within the built environment. The institution, through its partnership with M2 Engineering Academy, has been offering electrical, plumbing, building, and other construction related services in South Africa and has become a beacon of hope for unemployed young people seeking to acquire suitable skills to facilitate their entry into employment within the construction industry.
To enter Zola 7 and Afribiz Academy bursary programme, prospective students must do as follows:
- Visit the Afribiz Academy website: afribizacademy.com
- Download the student application form from the website and fill it in
- Write a one-page motivation letter to Zola 7 on why you deserve the bursary
- Submit your application form and motivational letter to the following email address: [email protected] (Subject: Afribiz Academy Bursary)
The bursary will cover all tuition costs related to studying at Afribiz Academy. The academy offers various courses in three faculties Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Health and Safety. The courses range from short learning programmes to national certificates. Applications for the bursary close on 23rd February 2018 at 12:00 noon.
One bursary will be given away in each faculty according to Tameez Chothia, PR & Marketing Manager at Afribiz Academy.
“We try to give back to the community in which ever sector where we find a deficit hence that is why we found it important to invest in education and the future of the youth,” Chothia said.
Zola 7 further shared his own thoughts on why he decided to part take in such an initiative: “We need to invest in the education of a black child and harness their skills for them to be productive citizens of the economy and support them by offering mentorship to ensure they do not drop out, plus with my technical college background this initiative is close to home,” he said.