Spring has sprung for DUT students who graduated this spring

Njabulo and his Family celebrating his graduation.
(Picture: Supplied)

Pulp and paper student Njabulo Mnyango believes patience is virtue after finally graduating for his first National Diploma.

Njabulo enrolled at DUT in 2015 to study his National Diploma in pulp and paper and finally graduated yesterday.

After years of trying to get enrolled at DUT Njabulo says he finally got a call from the University in March 2015 when the academic year had already started.

“I  was really nervous about starting this late and thought I would be affected, but it went quite smooth than I had expected,” said Njabulo.

Njabulo said what kept him going during his studies was to always see a better version of himself and pushing himself to be that.

Like most students in varsity finance is an issue and Njabulo has his brother and sister to thank for financial support through the first year until he was rewarded with funding.

“I was rewarded with the SETA bursary in the 2nd year and later on was also funded by NSFAS that helped me a lot,” he added.

Njabulo  got to do his in service training as part of his course at Monzi paper company in Richards Bay.

Through the tough time he had for having to complete other 2 modules and working at the same time Njabulo said he pushed through hence he’s celebrating today.

This has been a jubalant day for his whole family as they celebrate his achievement and his mother has been couldn’t be happier for his last born son.

“I am so happy to see my son succeed, God is faithful!” Said Njabulo’s mother.

Nonhlanhla Hlatshwayo

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