A better and more effective sitting space
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A better and more effective sitting space

Chemistry students sharing their happy newly renovated study environment with Dr Tozama Qwebani-Ogunleye: Project Manager at Dihlare Remedies and Professor Kuzvinetsa Dzvimbo the Deputy Vice Chancellor: Academic and Research

Teboho Mofokeng

The Vaal University of Technology (VUT) opened the newly renovated sitting space for chemistry postgraduate students on 22 November. Professor Kuzvinetsa Dzvimbo the Deputy Vice Chancellor: Academic and Research, at the Vaal University of Technology (VUT) invited Dr Tozama Qwebani-Ogunleye: Project Manager at Dihlare Remedies, and a specialist in traditional medicine, for the opening of sitting space and to give the chemistry research students advice for the future.

Obakeng Boikanyo Nchoe a chemistry postgraduate said that C108 the postgraduate sitting space was in dull conditions before, through the help of Prof Dzvimbo, he managed to push management to release funds to better the place and make it more effective. He also mentioned that Dr Thozama told them that, as research students, they should not limit themselves to opportunities based in South Africa but should also look to international opportunities. He said that they need to get involved with international communities.

Kopano Mokubung thanked Prof Dzvimbo on behalf of his fellow chemistry postgraduates for being there for them since the beginning and wished him farewell and a prosperous journey ahead as he is leaving VUT for new opportunities in his home country Zimbabwe.

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