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Emotional UKZN graduate touches SA hearts and unexpectedly lands a job

College of KwaZulu-Natal alumni Dumisani Ngobese separated in tears when he graduated on Friday.

College of KwaZulu-Natal alumni Dumisani Ngobese separated in tears when he graduated on Friday.

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A 23-year-old alumni, whose tears on the alumni's stage at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) contacted the hearts of South Africans, begins his new position on Monday.


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Emotional UKZN graduate touches SA hearts and unexpectedly lands a job (timeslive.co.za)

Dumisani Ngobese was extended to an employment opportunity by Durban money manager Calvin Mathibeli not long after his graduation photos moved via web-based entertainment.


The alumni, who couldn't manage the cost of a suit for the occasion, found some work without applying.


Mathibeli was so moved by Ngobese's story that he chose to make a long-lasting post for the youthful alumni and pay for his Honors' certificate.


Ngobese couldn't keep down the tears subsequent to being met with a Bachelor of Arts degree at a function on Friday.


He was raised by his maternal grandma in Bhukhanana, a rustic region outside Empangeni.


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"My grandma was a road seller and the sole provider in the house where there were in excess of 10 kids," he said.


His grandma was excessively sick to make the outing to Durban for the graduation, however his mom and auntie were there.

University of KwaZulu-Natal graduate Dumisani Ngobese broke down in tears when he graduated on Friday.

Mathibeli said he was moved by Ngobese's story since they had comparative foundations.


"I was additionally brought by my grandma up in a major family yet our strength has made us what our identity is. I need to guarantee Ngobese can make money so he can add to his loved ones. All I want from him is to regard the work."


His gathering of organizations has interests in agribusiness and minerals and has 12 auxiliaries with workplaces in seven areas and a presence in Namibia and Lesotho.


"I had different opening yet I thought let me make one for Dumisani. He will begin work on Monday. It will be a decent position and a long-lasting one. He said he is considering on the web and we will pay for his investigations".


Ngobese told TimesLIVE he was overpowered with the reaction to his photos, which turned into a web sensation.


"I never anticipated this. I'm stunned at the number of individuals that have been showing me love."

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