Some 67 graduates from the Devine Computer Institution received their diplomas during a graduation ceremony held at Bothashoek Christian Church on December 8.
The event was attended by proud parents, pastors and the management of the school. The graduates vowed to climb the corporate ladder. “We believe the accolades handed to us will help most of us get better opportunities in life,” they said.
The students received national diplomas in end-user computing. The academy took the opportunity to invite locals to register at its branches.
The institution has seven branches in Limpopo and its headquarters are in Praktiseer.
Founder and principal of the school, Sammy Masete, said they will continue to grow and open more branches in various provinces.“We are aiming to open branches in Mpumalanga. We are also accredited under the Department of Higher Education and Training.”