Giving Individuals hope for a better future
Bayete Capital and its associates understand the strategic importance of education and skills development amongst the under-privileged students within South Africa. Ultimately these students will undoubtedly form part of the country’s future economy and are imperative to the future growth of our competitive markets.
In 2017, collectively Bayete Capital and its associates raised over R 1 million towards its various CSI Projects. A portion of this funding was specifically set aside to provide financial support to various bursars identified from within our CSI network and affiliated NGO’s. A group of 27 students where shortlisted throughout the year and received financial aid for their studies at various levels of education. To date we are pleased to report that over 80% of our bursars passed their required benchmarks set out at the beginning of the year. We look forward to continued growth and support of this initiative and congratulate all those students that put in the work to better their future.
CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES OF 2017
ASHLEY NYIKO MABASA – Labour & Economics Sociology (Honours)
Ashley Nyiko Mabasa hails from Limpopo province in a small rural place called Nwa-Mankena. He studied his BA Political studies and Industrial Sociology at University of the Witwatersrand and is currently registered for honours in Labour and Economic Sociology at Wits. Since finishing high school at Malenga High School in 2015, the Impuma Group has been funding his studies, including fees, accommodation and meals. During the holidays Impuma Group gives him an opportunity to do Job shadowing for work experience. “Thanks to Impuma Group, Mr Lonwabo Sambudla and his team, I will always be indebted to the Group” says Ashley, humbly.
His credits include being a Former Deputy Chairperson of ANCYL Nelson Mandela Branch at Ward 8. He is currently the Secretary of YCLSA Shimi Matlala Wits Branch and Research Assistant at Mjaji Research and Development for the project of Establishing the Social and Economic Contribution of Stokvels and Burial Societies with Department of Gauteng Economic Development. He is also a contributor in a book called: “Riot and Writing #FeesMustFall 2017” with the writer focusing on South Africa’s development policy.