KZN’s matric class of 2017 kicked off their exam by signing a pledge committing themselves to not to participate in unethical shortcuts while tackling this National Senior Certificate exams.
This was the voice of reason among students when AmaZulu FC and the KZN Department of Education motivated the future leaders in an assembly full of KZN high schools in Umlazi’s V Section Community Hall on 13 October 2017.
Usuthu General Manager Lunga Sokhela and Usuthu players, Ovidy Karuru, Sibongiseni Mthembu, Tebogo Moerane and Zaakir Williams provided their support to the students.
Sokhela encouraged the young minds to do their best during their exams while also congratulating them in reaching life’s crucial test.
‘’We teach our AmaZulu Glenwood Academy and junior players to keep education and football hand in hand, because we are a club that believes in investing in the future of the country.
“We believe in giving your best, and encourage scholars to acquaint themselves with the right role models that will help them in their journey of life. It without a doubt that education is a young person’s best hope for a better life.”
“We wish all matriculants the best of luck during their exam,’’ said Sokhela.
AmaZulu Community Trust Programs Manager, Mpho Dintwa and AmaZulu FC Media Officer, Brilliant Mkhathini were both were also present.
The KZN Department of Education’s HOD, Dr Enock Nzama reminded the youth of their worth in building of the country when delivering the key note address.Share