Jub Jub is causing quite the stir online after pictures of him and a woman who seems to be his new flame surfaced. Social media is all fired up because the lady by Jub Jub’s side is of a different hue – she’s white! The first headline from an online source suggested that Jub Jub might be playing the field while still being hitched to his recent bride, Zenith “Zee” Mia, a lovely brunette from Cape Town.
It turns out, Molemo may have met this lady during his prison days, and they’ve been inseparable ever since. Zenith even runs a cool company called Rare Breed Entertainment, where Molemo is in on the action too.
But hold on, let’s backtrack. You remember the incident where Jub Jub raced his car, leading to a tragic accident involving school kids? Well, that landed him behind bars for four years. He got out on parole in 2017. And guess what? That’s where he met this new lady. She stood by him during the rough patches.
Now, online folks are having a bit of a back-and-forth on why Jub Jub picked a white partner. Some say he’s over Black women and their “magic.” Others toss around the idea that maybe money is in the mix. And then there’s the race card; Twitter is abuzz about that too. Even a blogger, Musa Khawula, joined the chat, and not everyone’s thrilled with his take.
ETH Pioneer Fellowship 2023-24: A Fully Funded Opportunity in Switzerland
Introduction to ETH Pioneer Fellowship 2023-24
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ETH Zurich is pleased to announce the ETH Pioneer Fellowship for the academic year 2024-25. This fully funded fellowship program offers an exceptional opportunity for international students to undertake a 10-18 month fellowship in Zurich, Switzerland. The program is open to master’s, doctoral, and postdoctoral students who are driven by entrepreneurial aspirations. Successful applicants will receive financial support to develop innovative projects that have the potential for commercialization.
Unleash Innovation with ETH Pioneer Fellowship
The ETH Pioneer Fellowship is designed to foster innovation and entrepreneurship among students. It provides a platform for talented individuals to transform their research findings into viable business projects. The fellowship duration ranges from 10 to 18 months, enabling participants to delve deep into their ideas and bring them to life.
Details of ETH Pioneer Fellowship 2023
- Offered by: ETH Zurich
- Duration: 10-18 months
- Fellowship Coverage: Fully Funded
- Eligible Participants: Master’s, Doctoral, and Postdoctoral Students
- Nationality: All Nationalities
- Application Deadline: September 1, 2023
Financial Benefits of ETH Pioneer Fellowship
Selected fellows will receive a lump sum of 150,000 CHF to cover salary costs and other project-related expenses. The fellowship grant is consistent at 150,000 CHF, regardless of the number of applicants or educational level.
Successful fellows will be employed as scientific employees at ETH Zurich under this grant. The grant can be used to cover various project-related expenses, including equipment, consumables, measurement costs, software licenses, pre-clinical trials, outsourcing, travel, and more.
Applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria to be considered for the ETH Pioneer Fellowship:
- Hold a master’s or doctoral degree from ETH Zurich
- Form a team of 1-2 entrepreneurs aiming to commercialize research results
- Have a promising business case
- Propose a project in which the company is not yet involved
- Gain full support from the host professor at ETH Zurich
The application process for the ETH Pioneer Fellowship involves submitting an application through the Pioneer Fellowship web-based system. Applications should include:
- A project summary
- A detailed description of the idea based on research results
- A list of financial requirements
- Candidate’s CV and career goals
- Disclosure of potential conflicts of interest
- A letter of support from the host professor
- A 2-minute presentation video of the project and motivation
There are two application cycles each year for the ETH Pioneer Fellowship. The deadlines are as follows:
- First Intake: Deadline on March 1
- Second Intake: Deadline on September 1
Applying for ETH Pioneer Fellowship
Applicants can submit their applications through the Pioneer Fellowship web-based system. It is important to carefully follow the application guidelines and ensure that all required documents are included. The fellowship presents a unique opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs to receive comprehensive support for their innovative projects.