What Role Does JDLC Play in Shaping Fumani Khosa’s Career?

Fumani Khosa is a young man from a rural place called Huntington and he is currently living at a village called Somerset. He was born in 1993-September 27. He lives with his mum and his step dad. He went to Dyondzekani Primary School and he finished his matric at Madiba High School in 2011.

In 2012 he went to Venda trying to find space in some of the Universities there, but he didn’t get it because he started his application process late. In 2013 he went to driving school for a drivers license and he managed to get it.

Fumani got a one year contract at Eskom in 2014 to 2015. Today Fumani is proud and happy about the decision he made when he decided to join the Justicia Digital Learning Campus (JDLC) as an Absa Bridging Academy student and he is now telling us what the campus brings to him:

Fumani said: “Justicia Digital Learning Campus is a huge step in my life and I take it as a light in a dark place, because this is a starting point of a bright future for myself.” Fumani also said he would love to see young people from the rural places get the education and the chances that he has now.

When I saw the look on Fumani’s face, he was so happy, and when I asked why, he said “Im very happy about the opportunity I got here at Justicia Digital Learning Campus because we learn every day”.

“Now I have knowledge about computers; skills that no one can take away from me as well as knowledge on hospitality. The English we are learning and the way they teach us is so amazing and I am proud to say my English has improved in terms of speaking and writing.” Fumani added.

I was wondering if Fumani has future plans or not, that’s when he said: “I always have plans and with the help from Justicia Campus my life will change in an awesome way.”

“My dream is to open an old age home because it is so sad and painful to see a homeless old person on the street with no love and no one to take care of them, I truly believe that five years from now, my dreams will be a reality,” Fumani concluded.

Dreams don’t die, you just need faith and to start believing in yourself and what you can do.

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“Im very happy about the opportunity I got here at JDLC because we learn every day,” said Fumani.

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“Now I have knowledge about computers; skills that no one can take away from me as well as knowledge on Hospitality. The English we are learning and the way they teach us is so amazing and I am proud to say my English has improved in terms of speaking and writing,” Fumani added.

Written GWF Media Intern by Wiseboy Shabangu

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