F’SASEC welcomes the class of 2018
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F’SASEC welcomes the class of 2018

F’SASEC Ubuntu class of 2018

Thomas Rasehloka

The F’SASEC VUT has done it again. The training centre enrolled 25 students this year including both Limpopo and Gauteng. This has never occurred in the history of the training centre.

The Class of 2018 is named “Ubuntu”, which reflects on the spirit of humanity. Previously, the training centre had named some of their classes: Nelson Mandela, Sharpeville, Desmond Tutu and Legacy.

Prof Alexandre Sebastiani says the name for this class was chosen due to all the help from his staff members and stakeholders since the training centre was established. He reckons that he is where he is because of all their help and could not stop thanking all parties involved!

The Ubuntu class started on 12 February and, according to Ms Sylvie Romero Garces: Head of Lecturers, the class has shown nothing but determination so far. If it continues in this fashion, she says, it is going to be an excellent year.

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