PHOTOS | Top matriculant gets a new ride and other goodies

Kgothatso Angela Gugu Mphaka from KwaMhlanga Secondary School is the overall top matriculant in the province.

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With seven distinctions, she got herself a brand new Toyota AGYA. The department gave her a bursary which will cater for her tuition, accommodation, books and a monthly stipend. She also received R50 000 from various sponsors.

Premier Refilwe Mtshweni-Tsipane and Kgothatso.
UMP Vice Chancellor Prof Thoko Mayekiso, Kgothatso and the Premier of stage.

Apart from her cash prize, she also received a tablet with data, laptop, laptop and luggage bags, bar Fridge, microwave, sandwich maker, sports bag, kettle and branded backpack.

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VIDEO: She will be registering with the University of Cape Town

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