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Having recently completed your university degree, you’ll know that finding the money to fund a tertiary education is no laughing matter.

This is precisely why we’re asking you to join forces with SAICA’s Thuthuka Bursary Fund to raise funds to support students who wish to become chartered accountants (CAs[SA]).

And we’re making it easy to do. Watch this video today and find out how you can help fund the journeys of aspiring CAs(SA) around the country.

 

 

About the Thuthuka Bursary Fund:

SAICA’s Thuthuka Bursary Fund (TBF) helps talented African and Coloured learners pursue a career in CA(SA) by providing them with funding for their studies at university. The fund pays for their university fees, accommodation and more, as well provides them with additional support in terms of soft skills, academic assistance and mentorship.

 

 

 

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