Rogz Academy 2024 Academic Scholarships

An academic scholarship is a key for aspiring South Africans to begin tertiary education and a better chance at securing a good job.  Rogz Academy is assisting three young people to further their education journey with academic scholarships thanks to generous support through donations.

Here’s more about our three recipients.  

Simbulele Mgengo

Simbulele (Simbi) Mgengo is from Dunoon has been on an academic scholarship from Rogz Academy since 2018. Simbi attended high school at Bloubergrant High and was awarded the scholarship after showing huge potential at Sophakama Primary in Dunoon.

Despite challenging circumstances, Simbi matriculated and began a Bachelor of Accounting at Boston College, which she is aiming to complete this year. During academic holidays, Simbi works in the Finance Department at Rogz HQ, where she assists with Accounts Payable processing including invoice capturing and preparing month end recon.

We are excited for her future plans and thankful to be a part of her life’s journey.

Simbi is completing her Bachelor of Accounting at Boston College

Yamkela Mgcubhe

Yamkela Mgcubhe lives in Joe Slovo township near Rogz HQ. She completed a year with the YearBeyond (Yebo) programme and in 2023 successfully applied for a scholarship to study Applications Development at Cape Peninsula University of Technology in 2024.

Yamkela was thrilled to receive the scholarship and is passionate about her choice of study.

Yamkela will be studying Applications Development in 2024

Lwandile Sizani

Lwandile Sizani from Belhar is also an ex-YeBoneer from the YearBeyond (Yebo) programme.

His successful academic scholarship approval has enabled him to start studying Informatics at the University od South Africa (UNISA) from 2024. Lwandile knows it will take a lot of hard work but is ready and willing to do whatever it takes to finish his course successfully!

Lwandile is excited to begin his studies at UNISA

Good Luck to our Scholarship Recipients

Rogz Academy is proud of Simbi, Yamkela and Lwandile and wishes all these hard-working and determined young people the best with their studies.

We wish them all the best as they embark on a plan to provide themselves with the best possible chance of a good job for a better future and to add value to the economy of South Africa.

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