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Zari offers scholarships to her school



Zari and Ivan Ssemwanga’s relationship might be done and dusted but the two still have some things in common. They own college schools as a business partnership and they have three children together.

According to rumours, the businesses might be the sole reason Zari can’t grant Ivan a divorce (although we thought they are not officially married because they only did a traditional ceremony).

Because she has equal rights in the ‘family’ business, Zari has decided to give a helping hand to Ugandans who can’t afford school fees.

Zari, through her Facebook page granted about 30 slots to Ugandans who can’t afford to continue with school due luck of funds, by offering them bursaries to her Brooklyn City College.

“We are officially open for new/2017 registrations. Details and courses we offer at I’ll personally give you a bursary if you are a good student but can’t afford school fees, terms & conditions apply,” she posted on her wall.

Students will benefit from the eight branches all over South Africa and the opportunity is open to all, although the former artiste, now socialite and fiancé to Diamond Platinumz didn’t explain the procedures on how to apply for a bursary.

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