STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
To be the preeminent leader in the development of skills set of young black people in the built environment sector in South Africa to enable them to be employable.
To provide beneficiaries with the opportunity to develop careers in the engineering and construction industry with the aim of strengthening the resource base for execution construction projects in South Africa.
FDT started providing bursaries in 2015 with a cohort of 25 young black South African citizens from historically disadvantaged backgrounds. All the funded students were registered and studying towards different engineering degrees in the Built Environment at the Universities of Pretoria (UP), the Witwatersrand (Wits) and Johannesburg (UJ).
Fatlhosang Development Trust
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FDT started providing bursaries in 2015 with a cohort of 25 young black South African citizens from historically disadvantaged backgrounds. All the funded students were registered and studying towards different engineering degrees in the Built Environment at the University of Pretoria (UP), University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) and University of Johannesburg (UJ).
Congratulations & Well done to James Tshepo Molope! Bachelor of Engineering –Civil from the University of Johannesburg.
The handsome man from Ga-Molepo Limpopo has relocated to Bloemfontein in the Free-State Province to pursue his career with an Engineering firm. He will register for a post-grad degree in the coming year & consider to expand his horizons in other Engineering fields
Congratulations & Well done to Dumisile Zwane! Bachelor of Science-Mining Engineering – from the University of Witswatersrand. This amazing lady hails from Ermelo in Mpumalanga Province. Her hometown has no choice but has to grant her a job in Mining!
Congratulations & Well done to Itebogeng Sebopelo! Bachelor of Science degree-Environmental & Biological Sciences NWU-Mahikeng Campus.
Itebogeng is currently registered for her Honours Degree at NMU and studies Virology and Immunology which deals with drug discovery for viruses & why it is difficult to develop drugs for viruses.