TNC Success Stories

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My name is Jabulani Nhlakanipho Mahlobo, the Chairperson of SRC at Temba Campus. I am currently a student of Tshwane North College. I originate from KZN, Pongola in a village called Msuzwaneni.
 
My story on how I became a student of TNC.
 
I finished my matric in 2010. I looked for a school to further my studies in 2011 but unfortunately I couldn’t find one until February 2011. My father advised me to do my licence and I took that advice  to get my licence. I got it on the 15th of April 2011. It took me only two and half months to do it.

Dear Tshwane North College

We at Dermalogica strongly believe in empowering women at every opportunity. The ladies at Tshwane North College have been some of our top students, when they came to our office for College road show, everyone was blown away at how immaculate they all looked, how well-mannered they were and so grateful to be here.

Whenever we go to Tshwane to do training, we are always greeted with a smile and have the pleasure of spending the day with such a great group of ladies.

Having spent her childhood in Limpopo, Refiloe matriculated at Seshigo High School in 1996.  To further her studies, she wanted to enrol for an IT Diploma qualification at a Technikon, but unfortunately due financial constraints, she had to enrol for Human Resources with Tshwane North College, Soshanguve Campus in 1997. 

On Wednesday 18 July, on the 94th celebration of our beloved Nelson Mandela, the life of a poor physically disabled student of Tshwane North College (TNC), Soshanguve Campus had been changed.

When the Senior Managers of TNC met at Soshanguve South Campus they had been made aware of the fact that Zandile Dlamini, one of the students enrolled for NC (V) Level 2 Office Administration, was in dire need of a wheelchair. Due to her poor family background and financial status she would never have been in the position to acquire a wheelchair herself.

Cathrine Vuma (Nkwinika), born in Soweto, Meadowlands Zone 5, 1974 July 07. I am the second child of Mr & Mrs Nkwinika in the family of 8 children. I am married with three kids, one son (Nkateko - 18) and two daughters (Amukelani - 12 & Maboko - 3) and currently working for Statistics South Africa as Team Leader (Deputy Director): HRM Projects. I grew up in the dusty village of Hammanskraal (Majaneng)

Ms Mahlangu is perseverance personified. She is a living proof that achieving your goals is not always smooth sailing. More often than not, those who history best remembers were faced with numerous obstacles that forced them to work harder and show more determination than others. According to her, perseverance is giving up so much that giving up is not an option. And as the Japanese say, “fall down seven times, stand up eight”.