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Becoming resilient: How one young woman made the transition to tertiary educationBeing accepted into a tertiary institution is a high point for thousands of matriculants every year. What many of them don't realise, however, is that the transition from school to university can be a lonely one, fraught with unexpected challenges. MiWay's MiHeart Project is evolving to prepare learners to navigate this scary time in a young person's life. Former mentee from Maphutha High School in Tembisa, and a current bursary holder, in her final year of university, Yolanda Mussana tells us how she adapted successfully to university life. 19 May 2022 Read more

How feeling powerless fueled one woman's dreamsThe MiHeart Project is MiWay's corporate social investment programme focused on education. The investment is a combination of a mentorship programme (Leaders in the Making), counselling, tutoring, and a bursary fund offered to learners from the two schools MiWay partners with in Tembisa and Soweto. Over the next three months, we'll be sharing the experiences of Yolanda Mussana, a former mentee from Maphuta High School in Tembisa, and a current bursary holder, in her final year of university. 22 Apr 2022 Read more

MiWay's Leaders in the Making programme for 2022 kicks offThe MiWay MiHeart Leaders in the Making mentorship programme kicked off two weeks ago with a workshop at the MiWay head office in Kosmosdal. The event was designed to introduce this year's mentees to their MiWay mentors and other role players who will help them make the most of their Grade 12 year and reach their full potential. 20 Apr 2022 Read more

Budget offers helping hand to SMEs - they must take itThe Budget speech delivered by the Minister of Finance, Enoch Godongwana, contained some good news for SMEs hard hit by two years of economic turmoil and persistent low growth. Jason Mellow, head of Business Insurance at MiWay, says that entrepreneurs are the true engines of the economy, and it is vital that they seize the opportunities offered in the speech. 28 Feb 2022 Read more

Fleet insurance: Start the new year by making sure you have the right insurance coverThe past few years have been difficult for most businesses, and has proven that now more than ever before, insurance cover is a must-have to provide a buffer against uncertainty and unforeseen risks. 26 Jan 2022 Read more

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