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DiData grants students ZAR 100,000

Tuesday 10 February 2015 | 11:14 CET | News
Dimension Data has, for the second year in a row, contributed ZAR 100,000 towards an initiative set up by the City of Johannesburg to recognise and reward the achievements of the top matriculants at 20 of the city's highest achieving "no-fee" township schools. The learners at these schools do not pay school fees, according to criteria set by the Department of Education based on the economic level of the community around the school. Andile Nkabinde, who was part of the Dimension Data Saturday School in 2013/14, is one of the 20 matriculants who received a cash grant towards his university

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Categories: General
Companies: Dimension Data
Countries: South Africa
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