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Social Entrepreneurship FIX Scholarship

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The Fix Scholarship is a non-profit organisation that offers female social

entrepreneurs, who pursue entrepreneurial solutions for urgent social development

challenges, the opportunity to complete the Gordon Institute of Business Science’s

(GIBS) Social Entrepreneurship course. The course is aimed at assisting them to

make impactful social and economic change within their communities, as well as an

opportunity to be awarded capital to maintain or start up their business.

The Fix Scholarship is offered in partnership with the Software AG Social Innovation Start-Up Programme – an initiative aimed at helping tech-enabled start-ups to solve their biggest social challenges, including providing networks, best practices and capital to scale in the industry. Applications are now open and close on the 31 March 2020. Interested applicants can register on www.fixscholarship.co.za.

The Fix Scholarship is the brainchild of radio and personality Fikile Moeti, alias DJ Fix.  The Fix Scholarship provides educational life-changing opportunities to women social entrepreneurs and enterprises

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