- Charlize Theron has launched full four-year scholarships for South African students
- Charlize, who is a famous Mzansi actress, revealed that she partnered with Dior to offer scholarships to the new cohort of CTAOP Youth Leaders Scholars who will be going to university in 2021
- Charlize's fans have flooded her comment section to praise her for giving South African students scholarships
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Charlize Theron has taken to social media to announce that she has launched full four-year scholarships for South African students. The famous Mzansi actress is doing her bit to help Mzansi students who are going to university next year.
The award-winning celeb, who keeps waving the South African flag high internationally, shared that through the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project (CTAOP) she hopes to make a difference in the fight against HIV in Mzansi.
She said CTAOP has partnered with Dior, to help young South Africans become the leaders of tomorrow. She revealed that her foundation and Dior will provide full four-year scholarships for the new group of CTAOP Youth Leaders Scholars who will begin their university journeys in 2021.
"@Dior has been a longtime partner of mine and @CTAOP, and we are honored by their commitment to the education and empowerment of young people. Through this partnership, Dior is providing full 4-year scholarships for the new cohort of CTAOP Youth Leaders Scholars who will begin their university journeys in 2021."
Charlize's fans have flooded her comment section to praise her for using her influence to give back to South Africa.
"I love that you keep giving back to our beloved South Africa. Our youth needs it."
"God bless you. You are an incredible soul. Thanks dear."
"I'm so proud of you! You're a great human!"SA's Devon Petersen makes history, wins major European darts title
"@charlizeafrica you are a humble person with a big heart and a kind soul."
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Jay-Z has decided to open his own school of music. Through his Roc Nation record label, the American superstar has teamed up with Long Island University (LIU) Brooklyn to establish the Roc Nation School of Music, Sports and Entertainment.
The school will offer undergraduate degrees in music, music technology, sports management and entrepreneurship and production, according to reports. On top of the undergraduate degrees, the school will hold summer residential camps for high school students and Saturday programmes for students aged 10 to 18 years old focusing on music and sports management.
In a statement, Roc Nation CEO Desiree Perez said the institution will provide unique insight, knowledge and experience for students and introduce the world to the next generation of unmatched talent.South African navy takes on the Jerusalema Challenge and nails it
The Dirt Off Your Shoulder hitmaker is one of the richest rappers in the US and he keeps proving that he is a very influential person when it comes to the country's entertainment industry.
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