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Good Samaritans make foreign student's dream come true to pursue science degree

Written by: Neo Koza

A top achiever in the 2019 National Senior Certificate examinations in the North West has successfully registered at the University of Witwatersrand (Wits).

With the help of the public, Triphin Mudzvengi recently managed to attain the monies needed to fund her first year in civil engineering.

READ: Good Samaritans help bright refugee student cover fees shortfall

Mudzvengi says she is excited at the opportunity to attend the university.

Being granted the opportunity to study at such a big and prestigious university is an honour and I am very pleased.

Triphin Mudzvengi, Wits Student

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This article first appeared on 702 : Good Samaritans make foreign student's dream come true to pursue science degree




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