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"This programme has given me a second chance at life."

We are delighted to announce that the TPA Bursary Programme will be extended into 2024.

Since its inception in 2021, our bursary programme has proven to be much more than a financial aid initiative – it is a catalyst for life-altering transformation, empowering recipients to reshape their destinies and, in turn, impact society at large.

"This programme has given me a second chance at life," says bursary recipient Denise Waddell.

“I see the world differently and am open-minded about what life has in store for me. It’s pushed me to be better in every single way, and I want to continue to be better in everything that I do.”

“Neither of my parents went to university, and it has always been a dream of theirs for their children to have that opportunity,” says feollow recipient Hannah Davis.

“Thanks to The Performance Agency, not only have I been able to attend university, but I’ve also accomplished many things that simply would not have been possible otherwise.”

Our third bursary recipient is Zoe Barron. “I am grateful for the way in which it has broadened my mind about how the world works—especially South Africa. Not just in an academic sense, but also socially. It’s been informative, and I’ve gained much awareness through my studies about people and social dynamics.”

TPA Managing Director Natalie Maroun congratulated the students, and underscored TPA's commitment to the long-term impact of the programme.

"We are immensely proud of the TPA Bursary Programme's transformative impact. Beyond financial assistance, it serves as a springboard for profound personal and societal change. Each bursary recipient's journey fuels our commitment to nurturing talent and catalysing change, one life at a time."


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