Thanduxolo Dube

For medical student Thanduxolo Dube, caring is one of the most important qualities one can have. It’s through his own spirit of caring and that of others that he’s on his way to becoming a doctor. “Caring really carries us,” says Thanduxolo. “The reality is that nowadays everyone is about success. People want to make […]

My internship at Broad Institute – Summer ‘19

About me My name is Lindokuhle Nkambule. I was born in Alexandra, but spent my formative years in eMadadeni, a township in the North West of KZN. In 2012 I moved to Diepsloot, Joburg (because of soccer) and that is where I finished high school. I have a BSc. Degree from Wits, majored in Applied […]

Richard Mutembereza

Currently doing his honours in computer science at UKZN, Richard Mutembereza is committed to building a career that will allow him to leave a legacy. Having grown up in a children’s home, he knows that hard work is the key to creating a brighter future. “I grew up in Malvern Children’s home in KZN,” says […]

Azola Nofemela

Completing a BCom information systems degree at UCT, allowed Azola Nofemela to merge her passions for computer science and business, giving her a well-rounded grounding. Now part of a graduate programme at Standard Bank, she credits Moshal with giving her many of the skills she needed to succeed.  “I was raised by a single mother,” […]

Noluthando Dludla

Noluthando Dludla has not only worked hard to better her own circumstances, she’s doing the same for others. With plans to pursue a Masters in radiopharmacy next year, she’s dedicated to finding new ways of tackling cancer diagnosis and treatment. Currently in her final year of her pharmacy degree at the University of KwaZulu Natal […]

Minenhle Sithole

“Don’t allow your past to define your future.” That’s what sixth year medical student Minenhle Sithole tells the students he mentors. It’s also a philosophy he lives by. For Minenhle Sithole, the desire to become a doctor had a lot to do with passion and curiosity. But it was ultimately by supporting his mother through […]

Nkululeko Mdlalose

Coming from an underprivileged background, Nkululeko Mdlalose was determined to use his academic ability to change his circumstances and empower his family. Now that he’s qualified these goals are still a driving force. Having studied at UKZN, Nkululeko got his post graduate diploma in accounting in 2015 before completing a Bachelor of Accounting. “I’m a […]

We won a jackpot, without gambling.

Luck was not a factor, Rands were not needed. Thousands of people applied, and only those with knowledge and potential were the winners. The jackpot is called the Moshal Scholarship Program. Not only is it a jackpot, but more importantly, it is a family. Sanele Nkosi (1st year BSC Biochemistry University of Pretoria) says that […]