Free scholarship recipients struggle to eke living

Tertiary students
Tertiary students

FRANCISTOWN: The national tertiary institutions roadshow committee chairperson Chris Moiketsi has called on stakeholders to assist free tertiary scholarship recipients who are currently struggling to sustain a living.

Moiketsi revealed this in an interview with Mmegi after the ninth national tertiary Institutions roadshow launch ,which was held recently at Galo Mall in Francistown.

The road show comprises 19 tertiary institutions that have grouped themselves to travel around the country as a unit in order to take their services to Botswana General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) holders, especially current Form 5 leavers.

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