State of the art equipment donated to KaNyamazane TVET College

State of the art workshop equipment was donated to Ehlanzeni TVET KaNyamazane College by the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) last Friday.

The college, identified by the IDC as a deserving recipient of funds amounting to R1.9 million for a Public-Private Partnership, has seen significant progress in enhancing its facilities.

The initiative was spearheaded by the college’s principal, Elias Mbuyane who convened campus managers to deliberate on the allocation of these funds across campuses. It was unanimously agreed that the KaNyamazane Campus would benefit exclusively from the IDC’s generous donation, which came with the condition that it be invested in workshop equipment rather than monetary assistance.

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Following consultations with specialists and engineering fabrication experts, a suitable service provider was identified to equip the KaNyamazane Campus’s workshop with cutting-edge machinery.

Students had the opportunity to witness the event and even demonstrated the operation of the new equipment to the delegation. The provision of modern workshop equipment marks a significant advancement for Engineering Fabrication at the campus.

“Students will now engage in practical sessions with enhanced safety and efficiency, courtesy of the IDC’s generous contribution. The college community extends its heartfelt appreciation to the IDC for this invaluable gift, which will positively impact the educational journey of KaNyamazane Campus students for years to come,”reads a statement  from the college.

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