ID issues keep top student out of university

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One of Ugu district’s top achievers, Laikah Sishi (middle) of Buhlebethu High School receiving her certificate from Department of Education district director Mfundi Sibiya (left) and KZN Legislature’s Ugu district champion, Nonhlanhla Khoza.PHOTO: NTANDO dLAMINI
One of Ugu district’s top achievers, Laikah Sishi (middle) of Buhlebethu High School receiving her certificate from Department of Education district director Mfundi Sibiya (left) and KZN Legislature’s Ugu district champion, Nonhlanhla Khoza.PHOTO: NTANDO dLAMINI

One of the top achievers in the Ugu district can’t go to university because she doesn’t have an ID book.

Laikah Sishi from Buhlebethu High School said she will be looking for a job while her family tries to sort out her issues of getting an ID.

Sishi who bagged seven As said family problems, which she did not want to discuss, have prohibited her from getting an ID over the years.

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