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Saturday, May 14, 2022

Mr Calvin Mathibeli and his group of companies offers job and bursary to 23-year-old UKZN graduate 2022, Dumisani Ngobese

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Mr Calvin Mathibeli and his group of companies has offered a job and bursary to UKZN graduate 2022, Dumisani Ngobese. (Read More Here).


Recall that Dumisani Ngobese went viral on social media after UKZN Twitter administrator shared his emotional story on Twitter. Mzansi couldn't help as they began to tag companies to recruit the young boy. 

Dumisani Ngobese is raised by his maternal grandmother in Bhukhanana, a rural area outside eMpangeni. His grandmother couldn't attend his graduation because of her illness. 

Dumisani Ngobese is a 23-year-old graduate of University of KwaZulu-Natal, where he got his Bachelor of Arts degree. 

Information reads: "This picture speaks a thousand words. 
Dumisani Ngobese has been offered a job and bursary by Mr Calvin Mathibeli and his group of companies." 


UKZN gives details:

"You have seen the picture now know the story behind it

23-year-old Dumisani Ngobese could not hold back tears after he was conferred with a Bachelor of Arts degree at a ceremony held at the UKZN’s Westville Campus on Friday.  

"Dumisani who is now pursuing an Honours degree said he was overcome with emotions as he reflected on what he said was a “long and difficult” journey.

"He was raised by his maternal grandmother in Bhukhanana, a rural area outside eMpangeni. 

“My grandmother was a street vendor and the sole breadwinner in the house where there were over 10 children,” he said.

"Unfortunately for Dumisani, his grandmother could not make the trip to see him graduate due to ill health.

“It was going to be difficult for her because she is not well and she would have had to take about three taxis to get here. But my mother and my aunt were present at the graduation”. 

While he could not afford to buy a suit for graduation, as many of his peers did, this was the ceremony he was not going to miss. “I could not afford to buy a suit but I just had to be there at graduation”.

Ever since his picture was published on UKZN social media platforms, Dumisani has received many calls from well-wishers.

“I am overwhelmed by the number of calls I have been getting so much so that I cannot respond to all of them. 

"People have been phoning to wish me well while some have even pledged donations. I am grateful to all the people showing me love” he concluded."










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