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Xolani
Gwala

The recent student protests over fees has affected millions of students at universities and tertiary institutions across South Africa. The 702 Afternoon Drive with Xolani Gwala has been talking about the issues, and now have decided to try and do something about it.

The show’s listeners have shown great interest in helping desperate students who can’t afford their fees, but don’t know how to. The show has decided to join hands with NSFAS (National Student Financial Aid Scheme) who have the difficult task of distributing government funds to needy students. For their More Than Yourself campaign, the Afternoon Drive will be running the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon 21km to raise funds for NSFAS.

NSFAS currently has about 25 funders that contribute towards the Scheme. The Afternoon Drive on 702 is the first partner to raise funds on behalf of NSFAS through the More Than Yourself campaign.

 

About the Charity
National Student Financial Aid Scheme

NSFAS exists to provide financial aid to eligible students at public TVET colleges and public universities.

 

R 129,470

TOTAL RAISED
FROM 43 DONATIONS

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R10,000.00
2 years ago by Xolani Gwala
National Student Financial Aid Scheme
As a former recipient of NSFAS assistance back in 1995, I feel it is my duty to encourage others to give back so that others can benefit from this scheme.
R1,000.00
2 years ago by Prabashini Moodley
National Student Financial Aid Scheme
R500.00
2 years ago by Matsobane Lebelo
National Student Financial Aid Scheme
This is the little my company is willing to pay towards a better educated South Africa, we will continue to support this amazing initiative.
R20,000.00
2 years ago by Sizwe Nxasana
National Student Financial Aid Scheme
R1,000.00
2 years ago by Sissy Nematswerani
National Student Financial Aid Scheme
Well done Bra X !
R20.00
2 years ago by Kirsten Dewar
National Student Financial Aid Scheme
R20,000.00
2 years ago by Vodacom
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
R20,000.00
2 years ago by MTN
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
R10,000.00
3 years ago by Tiego Moseneke
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Welldone!
R1,000.00
3 years ago by Mzwandile Ngcobo
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Great effort! More donations, please to support this great cause.
R1,000.00
3 years ago by Modiri Keebine
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Well done Xolani and team at the Two Oceans Marathon. Good initiative to support the Wits SRC Fund
R10,000.00
3 years ago by Kholeka Tsotsotso
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Congrats to XG and team for completing the marathon for the good cause
R200.00
3 years ago by Joanna van der Merwe
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
I am supporting this amazing cause. Wish I could donate more but I appreciate your cause because I own in partnership a centre for special needs youngsters and adults. Also Jonathan Fairbairn has to be one of the best pupils I have ever taught. Good
R1,000.00
3 years ago by Rosie Motene
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
I'm a WITS graduate. I pledge R1000 and I challenge the following people to do the same. Robert Marawa, Tumisho Masha, Johnny and Tiffany Barbuzano.
R250.00
3 years ago by Mbavhi Maalakano
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Thanks 702 and Xolani for supporting this great initiative. This will certainly assist in giving talented students the edge to succeed.
R100.00
3 years ago by Lance Hildyard
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Donate to electrical engineering students please
R5,000.00
3 years ago by Colette Ball
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
As an alumni of both UCT and Wits I would far rather support a positive, selfless cause as being done by Wits SRC rather than the divisive, disheartening cause being waged currently by the UCT SRC
R5,000.00
3 years ago by Faith Moliea
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
On behalf of Danone and brand Mayo Drinking Yoghurt we want to pledge R5000.00 to the Xolani Gwala team because we are passionate about education. Go Team!
R1,000.00
3 years ago by Terry Tselane
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
thank you very much to Radio 702 and Xolani Gwala for contributing to a good course! All of the best. Terry Tselane
R5,000.00
3 years ago by Moss Mashishi
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Be the best you can be. When I was a student at Wits, the motto used to be : 'Tommorow begins at Wits today.' I hope this contribution helps in a small way for you to also begin your tomorrow.
R100.00
3 years ago by Shirona Patel
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
On behalf of Wits University, I would like to thank and commend Xolani, Udo and Jonathan for undertaking this remarkable challenge to benefit our super academically talented students. Thank you for investing in the future of our country. We are hugel
R150.00
3 years ago by Dineo Mashego
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Good Luck, Team XG!
R500.00
3 years ago by Jonathan Fairbairn
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Let's go team...
R500.00
3 years ago by udo carelse
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
it will take more than myself to finish the 21 Kilomtres this weekend. it takes more than myself to build a nation, but it only takes me to help in this fantastic cause.
R250.00
3 years ago by Patricia Begbie
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Good luck for Saturday Xolani
R100.00
3 years ago by Tamsin White
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
R250.00
3 years ago by Sadia Patel
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
R1,000.00
3 years ago by Xolani Gwala
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
WITS SRC Fund
R1,000.00
3 years ago by pheladi gwangwa
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Hi team XG, I am a Wits graduate and I would like another underprivileged student like me to have the pleasure of graduating from that magnificent institution. Good luck with this noble cause. Regards,
R100.00
3 years ago by Warren Owen
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
R5,000.00
3 years ago by Cassim Hansa
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Please I am a Wits Graduate Engineer and my preference is for my amount to be allocated to an under-privileged Black female engineering student - please.
R200.00
3 years ago by Tseliso Mosiuoa
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Congratulations to the Wits SRC for choosing to build and not to destroy. Thanks Xolani and 702 for telling the good story and continuing the momentum.
R5,000.00
3 years ago by Susan Do Vale
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Wits educated our two daughters in great doctors giving back to our beautiful country. We are happy to help this cause.
R200.00
3 years ago by T Kgosi
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
R1,500.00
3 years ago by First Name Richard Perry
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Great work Jono. Good Luck !
R200.00
3 years ago by Mzo Jojwana
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Here's to making a difference.
R100.00
3 years ago by Sekete Malebana-Metsing
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Good stuff XG and Team! I have recently graduated from Wits, I have also been assisted with my fees and thus encouraged by your efforts, I am compelled to donate and assist these bright sparks of our future. Good luck to you and the team down in the
R200.00
3 years ago by Preya Keshav
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Former witsie that had my fees paid by mu uncle.
R100.00
3 years ago by Irene Eastwood
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
R150.00
3 years ago by Takalani Tshivhase
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Hope that this will help
R100.00
3 years ago by Lydia Orsmond
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Small steps lead to great things. Proud of you all!!!
R200.00
3 years ago by Deryn Plutsick
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Go guys, you can do i ! From Deryn & Tshego
R500.00
3 years ago by Karoo Cyclists
Wits SRC Humanitarian Fund
Enjoy the journey!

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