2018 Annual Corporate Breakfast

Our 5th Annual Corporate Breakfast took place on Friday 31 August 2018 at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton. The breakfast brings together Corporate SA, industry experts and NGOs from all over the country to work together to address the issue of higher education and employment for our youth. “Why Corporates should still support Higher Education” […]

Who we are and what we stand for – the Moshal Scholarship Program

The Moshal Scholarship Program (MSP) was established in 2010 by Martin Moshal and its vision is to make a difference in the lives of students, their families, their communities and hopefully the wider world one day. The MSP currently provides scholarships to over 700 Scholars in South Africa, Israel and the Ukraine to enable determined […]

Stefaans ‘Steve’ Mabena

Steve Mabena is actively working to stem the rise of HIV/Aids in Africa’s youth – and ensuring health for all sectors of the population. In addition to studying for his MBChB at the University of KwaZulu-Natal – which takes up most of his time – Stefaans ‘Steve’ Mabena is also focused on his involvement in […]

Galaletsang Madisha

Her love of numbers and statistics has opened up a whole new world of exciting possibilities for Galaletsang Madisha. It’s a world of opportunities, and one that she wants to explore.  Galaletsang originally had her heart set on going into the aviation field, but “fell in love with statistics”. Now studying towards a BSc degree […]

The Annual Moshal Scholarship Program event is here

From 31 August to 2 September, Moshal Scholars and Alumni from all around the country will meet for the annual Moshal Scholarship Program event. The weekend is jam packed with valuable workshops, team building challenges, networking and bonding with fellow members of the Moshal family. The cherry on top, the Annual Awards dinner. A formal […]

Vicky Jan

Driven to exploration, Vicky Jan is spreading her wings by immersing herself in a whole new area of study. Vicky Jan has always had a passion for the outdoors, so it’s a no brainer that she has chosen to follow a path that will lead to a sustainable future for Africa’s natural resources. “Growing up […]

Selunathi Sandi

Selunathi Sandi had no choice but to fend for herself as a teen – but the resilience and hard work paid off, and she’s now pursuing her dream. According to Amnesty International, there are an estimated 3.7 million orphans in South Africa – and about 150,000 children living in child-headed households. Selunathi Sandi does not […]

Sam Moshoeshoe

Sam Moshoeshoe is intent on making a difference in people’s lives by any means possible – whether by scalpel, or simply sharing his story… When Sam Moshoeshoe was asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, he simply went along with the prevailing choice of his Grade 1 class. “Everyone in the class […]

Vac work – Lindokuhle Masuku

Moshal Scholar, Lindokuhle Masuku completed her vac work at MGI BASS GORDAN. “It was eye opening because I got to learn more about the CA journey post CTA from people who’ve walked the path before. The key aspect I took from the programme was the importance of choosing a firm that is in line with […]