Queen B plans to send 300 young ladies to university by 2021

Queen B plans to send 300 young ladies to university by 2021

Bonang Matheba has vowed to do whatever it takes to send three hundred girls to university to help them achieve their dreams by 2021. While it is a mammoth task, if anyone is going to be able to pull it off, it’s going to be Queen B.

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The media personality has been a strong advocate for empowering young women and girls, but now she wants to do more for her cause.

Through the Bonang Matheba Bursary Fund, Queen B helps put ten young women through varsity each year but she now has plans to increase the number of young girls who will benefit from her scholarship.

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According to ZAlebs, Mzansi’s darling wants to create a real bond between herself and the women she helps.

Bonang feels that the best way to empower women is to let them support and encourage one another to reach their full potential.

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Queen B had been honoured by 5 For Change at their annual event that recognizes the good work people are doing to make a difference in the world.

The media personality won the first-ever ‘5 For Change Maker Award’ which she had earned through her women empowerment projects.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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