On 27 November 2014 Computer Skills for Africa (CS4A) hosted their 10th Graduation.

The company has been delivering accredited computer training of a very high standard since 2001.

This particular graduation was also significant in that it was held at their partner’s premises in Madadeni. Last year, the Amajuba Education Centre in Madadeni and CS4A entered into an agreement whereby students at the Education Centre could get their computer training accredited through CS4A, i.e. receive a MICT SETA endorsed certificate.

Both Mr Jabulani Mhlami, Manager of the Amajuba Education Centre, and Greta Bosiers, owner of CS4A were very thrilled and proud to co-host this momentous occasion.

Mrs Sibongile Mdakane, Director of Community Services at the Amajuba District Municipality, graced the ceremony as the Key Note address speaker. She emphasised how important it is for students to ensure that their studies are done at accredited institutions and she also advised to take it one step at a time, not to be in a hurry to drive a fancy car and live a high lifestyle, but to study and make a career starting at the bottom.

After the graduates received their certificates, everyone enjoyed a delicious lunch to celebrate their success.