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The Mnambithi TVET College Council members, Management and Diplomandii's

Mnambithi TVET College has finally launched its new corporate image to its stakeholders, on the 18th of September 2015 at Ezakheni Campus Hall. Please bear in mind that "FET" Colleges are no longer called "FET" now are called "TVET" Colleges, therefore we had to rebrand Mnambithi TVET College as well. Mnambithi TVET College new corporate identity is now officially launched. We took the opportunity to redesign the logo of the college. The concept is the letter "M" for Mnambithi in turquoise, black and teal green to form a unique catchy symbol that can stand alone as a symbol for the College. The sharp pointing majestic curves on either side act as a holding bracket for the logo, keeping it central in one position. It is simplified and styled with a modern twist. It is easy to identify and easy to apply when branding. Then we add the college catch phrase "Skills and Education to build a better nation"

We also incorporated the launch of the new logo with our Academic Ceremony. It was a joy to Mnambithi TVET College students and families at Ezakheni Campus Hall where diplomandii's received their diplomas. Students have waited for so long for their big day to receive their Diplomas. Parents and family members could not help themselves when they saw their children walk on the academic procession and shake hands up on the stage to receive their diplomas. Furthermore, Mnambithi TVET College also awarded top students who were receiving their certificate for their top achievement in their studies.

Left: Mnambithi TVET College Acting Principal: Ms D.M. Dlamini.
Center: Umfolozi TVET College Principal: Mr Sam Zungu.
Right: Guest Speaker: Mr Siphiwe Kheswa

We were graced by the presence of Mr Zungu the Principal of Umfolozi TVET College and the guest speaker on the day was Mr Siphiwe Keswa who on his speech, reminded graduates that when we are employed at public institutions we are there to serve the public and we should do it diligently and with pride. He further emphasised that we must keep upgrading our qualifications because information and knowledge evolves constantly.

Students had the opportunity to showcase their talent by rendering entertainment during the function. Our traditional dance (Indlamu) won the number one trophy for four consecutive times on the Provincial Music Festival. Indeed it was a memorable day for the parents, college staff and students.

Mr Sihle Innocent Nxumalo receive his Merit Award for National Certificate Vocation (NCV L2) Finance, Economics and Accounting from the Campus Manager: Mr Thabo Isak Letompa.

Ms Khotsofallang Promise Mathe and her family members…

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