Computer College SA students graduate

2018-06-07 06:01
Some of the graduates of Computer College SA, Port Shepstone, from the class of 2017. PHOTO: Mshazi photographers

Some of the graduates of Computer College SA, Port Shepstone, from the class of 2017. PHOTO: Mshazi photographers

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THE Computer College 2017 students graduated at an auspicious graduation ceremony held at Mbango Valley recently.

The guest speakers at the event, who gave students a final bit of inspiration as they take their next big step, were Vukile Shabane and Ben Ngubane, who is also a former lecturer at the college.

Principal of the college, Uvashnee Singh, said it is always a proud moment to see students graduate, knowing that all their days of constant hard work and determination have finally paid off.

“It was also a pleasure to watch the heart-warming applause and smiles on the faces of the proud parents who attended the graduation,” said Singh.

“It will always be the aim of the college to provide individuals with the skills that afford them the opportunity to acquire the right qualifications to make them employable,” she said.

Lecturer at the college, Jerome Cembi, said that it was heart-warming to see his students receiving their academic certificates.

Guest speaker Shabane spoke on the importance of education and its ability to change the world.

He said that the speech that he delivered, titled “The power of education and knowledge that leads to innovation and inspired growth”, is significant in the modern age as economic growth is driven by technology.

“In the famous words of Nelson Mandela, ‘education is the most powerful weapon to change the world’, which is testament to the fact that education leads to change and in improvements in the world,” said Shabane.

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