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It has been brought to our attention that there are various websites and social media platforms which purport to belong to the Motsepe Foundation and its programmes, particularly about funding.

The Motsepe Foundation’s social media accounts are @MotsepeFoundtn on Twitter, motsepefoundation on Instagram, and The Motsepe Foundation on Facebook. Our website is www.motsepefoundation.org. Dr Patrice Motsepe and Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe do not have social media accounts. Any other website or social media platform which purports to belong to the Motsepe Foundation and/or its principals is fraudulent and is neither associated with nor authorised by the Motsepe Foundation.

The Motsepe Foundation does not solicit funds from applicants, and we have not put any funding application forms on our website. The public should be aware of fake websites and social media accounts which deliberately seek to be perceived as legitimate and which use the Motsepe Foundation’s name to attract more traffic.
We invite you to contact our offices on 011 324 1500 to verify the validity of any information obtained online regarding the Motsepe Foundation.

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