Maps Maponyane, the son of the South African Football Legend – Marks Maponyane is giving one lucky student a Bursary worth R75 000.
Masego “Maps” Maponyane is a South African television presenter, actor, fashion designer, speaker, model, creative consultant, voice over artist, philanthropist and an entrepreneur. The multi talented media personality has partnered with Pearson Institute to award one lucky student a bursary worth R75 000.
“As some of you may know, I’m passionate about youth, education and giving opportunity; so I’m excited to have partnered with Pearson Institute to set up a ‘Maps Maponyane Bursary’ to a deserving student, or prospective student out there, valued up to R75,000,” Maps wrote on Instagram.
Maps as he is popularly known, is the second son of the South African football legend Marks Maponyane. As a 12-year-old boy in the township, Masego Maponyane amused spectators by showing his wizardry with the ball in local football competitions, and he was destined to follow through the footsteps of his father. However, as he grew up, Maps discovered his potential at MCMing at the age of 16.
He decided to hang up his football boots for good, and took up MCMing as a potential career more seriously. Masego completed his high school career at St John’s College in 2008. He studied at Wits University from 2010 until 2012 and completed his BA Degree in Media Studies, French and English (Majors) and International Human Rights (Quadruple Major).
Follow the link on the Tweet to apply:
The ‘Maps Maponyane Bursary’ at @pearsoninstitut will cover full tuition for 1 student for 1 year, up to the value of R75000. If this appeals to you then follow the link to apply: https://t.co/4rdBh9noJM
*T&Cs and Criteria for entry are all on the application form. #MapsBursary?
— Maps Maponyane (@MapsMaponyane) May 20, 2018