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Mnambithi College has taken a big step of ensuring that the community needs for people who are living at Estcourt catchment areas are taken into consideration by opening the new TVET College at Estcourt to ensure a better future to the citizens of Estcourt, because they were struggling to get access to tertiary education, they need to travel at first in order to reach Mnambithi College campuses in Ladysmith. At the moment the Estcourt Campus is full in its capacity and it's covering the surrounding townships like Wembezi Township, Loskop, Zwelisha and the surrounding rural areas like Ntabamhlophe, KwaMkhize and Bhekuzulu. And what's more interesting is that its also covering areas which are far from Estcourt such as Mooi River, Weenen and Winterton.

Mnambithi College has decided to open new campus at Estcourt; the new campus is at 10 Shepstone Road, Estcourt or next to Estcourt High. Our Estcourt Campus used to be the short skills training centre, security and nursing college before. Renovations were done and now its fully flashed campus with top of the range computer laboratory, state of art student media centre. It has world class facilities which it's so attractive, even the community were so impressed about it. And the management of the college is still planning to extend it and build some new workshops in order to cover other course like engineering studies.

The Estcourt Campus is under the leadership of the new Campus Manager who is Mr. Milton Mbongiseni Mlotshwa, he was happy to be the first Campus Manager for the new Estcourt Campus for Mnambithi College. "It's a blessing for me to be the first Campus Manager of this campus and I am so impressed with the togetherness that we have between lectures and the students" said Mr. Mlotshwa. He even mentioned the new security system from Chubb and the sensitive camera outside the campus and the new door locks that it has.

And there is the Student Liaison Officer which is Ms. Nolwazi Mkhize and Ms. Nasiphi Tikwayo who will be working hand in hand with the Student Representative Council (SRC) which is under the leadership of Ms. Khanyisile Khumalo. "The challenge is now on lectures, students and the community to make sure that the image of Mnambithi College will remain in good condition", said Mr. Mlotshwa.

There was also some good work that was done by Imbabazane Municipality and Mr. Sibusiso Ngubane from Mtshezi Municipality working with the Corporate Communication division of Mnambithi College by organizing the community gatherings for people to inform them about the new campus that was going to be opened, they've made some good presentation to the community and they even inform them about the new program which is National Certificate Vocational (NCV) and Nated Courses (Report 191) which is aim at providing people with better skill and proper education because there is no nation without better education. For more information visit our Campuses at Ladysmith, Ezakheni or Estcourt or call us at 036 638 3800 Back to news room page »