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My friends and I are all poor… that’s why I’m reaching out… My intention is to come back to South Africa, and to make a difference here…

Khumo Mampuru

Paris-Sorbonne University recently accepted Khumo Mampuru – a mechanical engineering graduate – into its master’s in quantitative economics course.

The university is offering Mampuru a 50% scholarship, but he still needs about €12 000 to finance his first year.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Mampuru about the opportunity he has, and what he needs to realise his dream.

Click here learn more about Mampuru on his LinkedIn page or here for a crowdfunding link, if you’re moved to help.

For more detail, listen to the interview in the audio below.

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