Getting ahead and giving back

Each of the Kouga Wind Farm Bursary holders gets tuition, books and accommodation, plus a laptop with internet access, and a small stipend.  In return, they are expected to pass 70 per cent of their courses and to ‘pay it forward’ through 50 hours of community service per annum. These are some of the bursary […]

Our bursary holders are paying it forward

Since the Kouga Wind Farm bursary programme started in 2018, one of the requirements for the bursary holders has been to ‘pay it forward’ by means of a minimum of 50 hours of community service per year.  Some of them have been going above and beyond, clocking far more than the stipulated hours. Jennalee GoedaIn […]