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14 April 2017

Rustenburg – On Saturday, 8 April 2017, the Computer & Careers training centre in Rustenburg celebrated the graduation of 162 graduates, of the Class of 2016.

The prestigious award ceremony was held at Grenville High. Among the honoured guests was the Royal Bafokeng’s Queen Mother Mmemogolo Semane Molotlegi, MEC’s, heads of institutions, and of course, the friends and families of the graduates.

Some of the honoured guests at this year’s Computer & Careers ceremony. Back from left; Gillian Vosloo, the Academic Manager of ICB (Institute of Certified Bookkeepers); Pregy Pillay, CEO of Computer & Careers/ SA Institute of Commerce and Technology; and Babette le Roux, CEO of SACAI  (SA Comprehensive Assessment Institute).  Front: The Royal Bafokeng’s Queen Mother Mmemogolo Semane Molotlegi.
Some of the honoured guests at this year’s Computer & Careers ceremony. Back from left; Gillian Vosloo, the Academic Manager of ICB (Institute of Certified Bookkeepers); Pregy Pillay, CEO of Computer & Careers/ SA Institute of Commerce and Technology; and Babette le Roux, CEO of SACAI  (SA Comprehensive Assessment Institute). 
Front: The Royal Bafokeng’s Queen Mother Mmemogolo Semane Molotlegi. 

During the event Pregy Pillay, CEO of Computer & Careers/ SA Institute of Commerce and Technology, thanked the Queen Mother for taking time out of her schedule to come and celebrate this occasion with them.

Pillay told the Platinum Weekly newspaper that Computers & Careers had a lot to be proud of this year; “Our students excelled, with the percentage of students passing the different courses ranging from 96 to a 100 percent.” The graduates had finished one of five courses, Bookkeeping 3, Bookkeeping 4, Technical Financial Accounting, End user Computing & Computer skills – all highly employable skills. 

Gillian Vosloo, academic manager of ICB (Institute of Certified Bookkeepers) told the graduates in her speech that they themselves had, through hard work and perseverance, turned what seemed impossible into a reality.

Computer & Careers is one of the oldest training providers in the North West Province.