I am a Zimbabwean currently doing a degree with the University of South Africa (UNISA) through distance learning. I am doing an undergraduate Bachelors of Commerce degree with the view of specializing in Economics in my second year, I have only been able to register and write exams for only eight of the twelve modules needed to complete the first year. I have managed to pass all of the modules I had registered for.
I have been unable to register for the past two semesters due to the catastrophic economic condition the Zimbabwean economy is in.
I am seeking any funding which will allow me to complete my degree either with UNISA or any other college which is not Zimbabwean as no local college or university is functioning and Zimbabwean degrees are no longer credible as they were in the past.
With UNISA I need to do a further 24 modules to complete an ordinary degree at a cost of about 400(US$40) to 500(US$50) rand per module when registering in South Africa,the cost doubles when registering in Zimbabwe .A student registers for a maximum of six modules each semester and there are two semesters in a year.I do have a passport and I can travel to South Africa to register.
I am sorry I can not send my picture because I can not access the technology to do so except in ordinary mail.
Anybody who wants to help can contact me on mobile number +263 23 23 56 99 (please text only our phone network is terrible), email; firstname.lastname@example.org or postal address; Jabulani Pilime, 44 Sikavakadzi Street, P.O. Mufakose, Mufakose, Harare, Zimbabwe or Jabulani Pilime, 33 Northampton Avenue, Eastlea, Harare, Zimbabwe