The Vukubangene Breakfast show host Sbu Lushozi and Sands had an interview with Mrs Mthembu

The Vukubangene Breakfast Show had an interview with Mrs Ntombi Mthembu about the Wadhwani Foundation Africa which is launching a 2023 pilot co-hort of the new Ignite Academic Program in Africa with several Universities from South Africa, Botswana, and Egypt, starting at the end of July, with the 1st classes on the 31st of July at 5pm facilitated by its global master through Zoom sessions.

MUT final year, advanced, post graduate students and all alumni are invited to take part in the 12 weeks Concept Classes and Coaching Lab sessions.

Benefits of completing the program include:
• Practical skills transfer with the understanding and tools required for starting any business, now or in the future.
• Having a well-developed, validated, and viable business model and go-to-market strategy.
• Getting certified by a global jury.
In addition, those who show exceptional commitment and potential after completing the program will also:
• Get the opportunity for further mentorship.
• Have experts connect opportunities.
• Get the opportunity to be introduced to local founders or investors.
• Stand a chance of being selected to join our annual trip to Silicon Valley.
24 Jul 2AM English South Africa News · Daily News

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