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Derrick Msibi, MD of Investment Solutions and non-executive director of TSiBA Education, is running this year’s Comrades Marathon on the 3rd of June to raise money for TSiBA Scholarships. Investment Solutions will match the funds raised up to R50,000. Please show your support for Derrick and TSiBA by completing the form below. If you would like to make a donation online now, please click on the Donate tab on the home page.

   

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