Commitment is key says student cleaner
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Commitment is key says student cleaner

VUT Service worker and student: Ms Lebohang Esther Sebolai

Owen Talane

The Vaal University of Technology’s service workers commit themselves to making sure that the campus is clean and a pleasant place to be at all times.

Lebohang Esther Sebolai, from Sharpeville Tshepiso, is one of the VUT’s service workers who is committed and dedicated to her work as a cleaner. She started working for VUT in 2011 and enrolled to study towards a National Diploma in Human Resource Management (HRM) in 2017.

Ms Sebolai is currently completing her second year subjects in HRM and she is looking forward to graduating and receiving her certificate.

“I would love to see myself graduating and getting a job in this career field that I have chosen,” she said happily.

She says that all the inspiration to keep on pushing forward comes from her sister who is a police officer and who is also studying.

“I would like to tell everyone who finds it difficult to continue in life and to never give up. Commitment is key,” she concluded.

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