Don’t boycott graduation pleads Chairperson Dr Khosie Mthetwa
r Khosie Mthetwa, when informed that students have been given an ultimatum to either pay for the graduation or be prepared to pay E1 000, promised to check management on the issue, pleading for time to get an understanding on what has caused the
Dinstitution to opt to make students pay this time when their graduation is due even though it’s been postponed several times.
Dr Mthetwa pleaded with students not to let their anger with certain officials stop them from attending their own graduation ceremony, saying this is a once off opportunity. Dr Mthetwa disclosed that she was not aware of the current scenario, but promised to talk to the management on the issue.
However, Dr Mthetwa said as a parent herself all she wishes is for students to bury their anger and graduate.
“I know anger can make people do things they will later regret, so I plead with the students not to let this opportunity pass them.
They should consider that in every course you do, you graduate once and consider the fact that it’s also for your parents to rejoice with you onyour achievement.”