Sophie Ndaba heath worsens

Actress Sophie Ndaba, renowned for her role as Queen Moroka in the drama series ‘Generations,’ has been candid about her struggles with depression and mental health.

After disappearing from the small screen, concerns arose about her well-being, fueled by frail-looking photos that circulated on social media. Ndaba was diagnosed with diabetes, which took a toll on her and led to depression.

However, as she had made a comeback showing signs of improvement and resuming doing what she loves. Things have turned sower again. Reports reaching this publication are that the actress’ health has once again worsened due to sugar diabetes. We put her in our prayers and wish her a speedy recovery.

Top 15 Highly Paid Scholarships in USA (above $50,000 per annum)

Studying in the United States can be expensive, especially for international students. However, there are numerous highly paid scholarships available that can cover full tuition fees, living expenses, and other academic costs. Here is a list of 15 highly paid scholarships in the United States:

  • Fulbright Foreign Student Program ($50,000+): This program awards scholarships to more than 4,000 students annually. It covers full tuition fees, a monthly stipend, accommodation fees, travel costs, and medical insurance.
  • MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program ($50,000): Fully funded scholarships for students from developing countries to pursue undergraduate and master’s programs in the USA.
  • Harvard University MBA Scholarship ($102,200): The Boustany MBA Harvard Scholarship is awarded every two years for a two-year course at Harvard Business School.
  • The Gates Scholarship Program ($50,000+): Fully funded scholarships for 1,000 academically talented students to pursue undergraduate degrees in any accredited US university.
  • Knight-Hennessy Scholarship at Stanford University ($50,000): Covers full tuition, accommodation and living expenses, travel costs, mentoring opportunities, and financial support for non-profits or startups.
  • Joint Japan World Bank Scholarships ($50,000+): Awarded to individuals from developing countries to pursue master’s programs at top universities in the USA.
  • Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowships Program ($50,000): Provides scholarships for young and mid-career professionals to pursue non-degree programs in the USA.
  • ADB Japan Scholarships Program ($50,000+): Awards scholarships to high-achieving individuals from developing countries to pursue postgraduate programs in various academic areas.
  • Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future Fellowships ($50,000): Grants for women in STEM and engineering fields pursuing doctoral degrees in the USA.
  • AAUW International Fellowships ($50,000+): Fully funded scholarships for women from all countries to pursue master’s, PhD, or postdoctoral study in the USA.
  • Google PhD Fellowship ($50,000): Fully funded PhD scholarships and research mentorship for international students in computer science and research fields.
  • Yale Need-Based Scholarship (up to $70,000): Scholarships awarded to students admitted to Yale University based on financial need.
  • Harvard University Academy Scholars Programme ($75,000): Scholarships for PhD and postdoctoral students studying International and Area Studies or social sciences.
  • Boston Trustee Scholarship ($57,100): Merit-based scholarships for outstanding undergraduate students admitted to Boston University.
  • Rotary Foundation Global Study Grants ($50,000+): Grants for master’s and doctoral level coursework or research in various fields funded by the Rotary Foundation.

These scholarships provide excellent financial support for international students to pursue their academic goals in the United States.

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