Municipal interns qualify as engineers

2016-11-03 06:01
PHOTO: supplied At the council meeting with their certificates (from left) Terrance Sabatha Cele, Sanele Nobert Langa, Cllr Ntombfikile Gumede (Ugu Speaker), Thobani Mzobe and Mfanufikile Elvis Lushaba.

PHOTO: supplied At the council meeting with their certificates (from left) Terrance Sabatha Cele, Sanele Nobert Langa, Cllr Ntombfikile Gumede (Ugu Speaker), Thobani Mzobe and Mfanufikile Elvis Lushaba.

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A NUMBER of workers were “recognised” and rewarded by Ugu District Municipality at a recent council meeting at Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Council Chambers.

The employees received certificates for improving their skills in the field of electrical engineering.

They started working for the municipality in 2010 as water services department interns and through the years worked diligently to capacitate themselves and become qualified artisans, and in doing so have now qualified as electricians after undergoing training at Esayidi Tvet College.

Ugu spokesperson France Zama said the municipality has worked hard to increase investments in employee capacitation.

“This is aimed at ensuring the improvement of the quality of services we render to our communities, which simultaneously ensures the improved quality of life for our communities.”

Ugu District Speaker, former mayor Ntomfikile Gumede handed over certificates to the employees and congratulated them on their effort.

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