MKI BURSARY BENEFICIARY INSPIRES POSITIVE CHANGE

MKI BURSARY BENEFICIARY INSPIRES POSITIVE CHANGE

Ms Avatha Duss, who is doing her Master of Science (Chemistry) degree at the Durban University of Technology is amongst students that are funded by the Moses Kotane Institute (MKI). She volunteered at the Golden Key Society where she embraced a unique approach to celebrate Youth Day by responding to the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and its effects in the poverty-stricken area of Welbedacht by rolling out a massive feeding drive on June 16. In expressing her gratitude to MKI for instilling the spirit of ubuntu, Duss said “I am honestly truly grateful for having the funding. I would not be here if it weren’t for MKI. Despite the global COVID-19 crisis its always great to give back to those hardest hit in society and all work done was completely voluntary.”