Morné du Toit, newly appointed CEO at the Ikusasa Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP) wants to afford young talent the chance to learn and grow despite their economic situation. However, financial suppor t alone is not enough, he says. accountancy profession is held attracted him, as well as the diversity of possible career options that were available to him as a qualified accountant. He is passionate about what he can achieve in his new position. His love for education was ignited as a student at Accountancy@ UJ and as soon as he completed his articles and qualified as a
Morné du Toit, fortunate to work in an environment where he can make a difference in other peoples’ lives every day.
the country and the world if we do not give these young talents the chance to learn and grow purely because of their economic situation, says Morné du Toit, newly appointed CEO at the Ikusasa Financial Aid Programme (ISFAP). Morné, a chartered accountant [CA(SA)] by profession, studied accounting because the prestige and high regard in which the
There are tens-of-thousands of students annually that cannot afford higher education. Among them there may be the potential of a future cure for cancer, a future Elon Musk/Tesla/ SpaceX entrepreneur, a future solution for climate change, a future solution for the water and energy crisis, or a future leader like Madiba. Imagine the great loss to
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