I’m going to complete my studies

5 October, 2015

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I’m going to complete my studies

5 Oct,2015WoF Women

‘‘After I had abandoned my studies towards a Management Assistance Diploma I joined WoF to earn an income and save to complete my studies. Next year I must go back to complete my studies,’’ said a passionate Kgomotso Dichi.

She said that without her qualification she won’t be able to get greener pastures. Dichi explained that in January 2016 she is returning to the college to finish the last four courses. ‘‘I expect to complete by June next year,’’ said the mother of one. When asked who was going to fund her studies, she was quick to point that the money she saved will help her complete the remaining courses.

Kgomotso is based at the Carletonville Team in the Far West Rand in the Gauteng Province.

“WoF has taught me to be disciplined and this has motivated me to complete my studies in 2016,” she concluded.

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