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Tshwane TVET College shines through Nkosinathi Mabuza

When an institution of higher learning is pleased with one of their students and expresses gratitude, towards them, it is quite apparent that the student in question is a brilliant performer. 

National Certificate Vocational Level 2 Information Technology student, Nkosinathi Mabuza, made Tshwane TVET College extremely proud when he was chosen to participate at the world skills competition in Russia. 

Nathi qualified, for the competition, after producing his outstanding IT project that landed him a gold medal in Durban during the first round of the competition. Thereafter he then went on to the second leg of the tournament – ‘The International World Skills Competition’ – which took place in Russia, Kazan from 22 August 2019 through 26 August 2019. 

This is where Nathi contested with other sister colleges, in South Africa, in the technical space but unfortunately was unable to make it to the next round. Tshwane TVET College was very pleased with the young student’s achievement, nonetheless, and had this to say, “As a college we are very proud of him especially for putting the institution on the global map. It is also through him and this competition that people around the world got to know about Tshwane TVET College.”

Nathi’s knack for IT developed in his early childhood days when his inquisitive nature was fueled by his fascination with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). It only made sense for him to pursue his passion and make his dreams a reality.

Tshwane TVET College wishes him well in all his future endeavors.

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