New tech platform matches students with scholarships
Guest: Vuyo Pakade, Founder of Foonda
Twenty-five-year-old Vuyo Pakade has created a tech platform that matches students with scholarships, grants and other academic sponsorships to fund their studies. Foonda allows for students to create a profile in a centralised place where they can see which kind of scholarship they qualify for and what they need to apply for. He says he was inspired by his mother’s success as a doctor after her own scholarship changed her life.
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