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  • KHAYELITSHA | MFULENI

    Thursday, 9 July 2015 | Tel: 021 910 6500 | Fax: 021 910 6501 | Email: cityvision@wpnewspapers.co.za

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    MATRIC: I DID NOT EVENKNOWAMOUSE

    Gogo studies further

    ZILA MKONTO

    I

    mfundo ayigugelwa is an old

    Xhosa idiom, and it would seem

    that Gogo Nozukile Mkunqwa-

    na (76) has literally taken to it to heart.

    Mkunqwana,76, was the sole granny

    among 1800 Silulo Ulutho Technolo-

    gies learnerswhograduated fromvari-

    ous computer related courses last

    week.

    A mother of 10 children, Mkunqwa-

    na had alreadymade history when she

    passed her matric with flying colours

    last year, aged 75 years.

    I passed my matric after many at-

    tempts, she enthused when City Vi-

    sion met her home recently.

    After passing her matric, her un-

    quenchable thirst for education drove

    her to enrol at the University of South

    Africa(Unisa) for an Adult Basic Edu-

    cation Training (Abet) certificate.

    It was there that she realised being

    computer illiterate was a stumbling

    block to her progress.

    Everything was being typed and

    e-mailed whilst I did not even know

    what a mouse was, she laughed.

    Then during a chance meeting with

    Silulo Technologies managing direct-

    or LuvuyoRani, she told him of her de-

    sire.

    It was a network session where Mr

    Rani had just spoken that I rose and

    told my story to everyone. Rani right

    there, and on the spot offered me a six

    month computer bursary, she said.

    Rani said he was touched by gogos

    humble plea.

    Shewas honest and herwordswere

    the computer is giving me a head-

    ache, please help me, he said.

    Rani said he did not hesitate to help

    the gogo because she showed resil-

    ience and her story had the hallmarks

    of a true survivor and fighter.

    It was a proud moment when the

    Charlesville branch of Silulo held its

    graduation, when Gogo Mkunqwana

    took the step to the podium to receive

    what she calls a licence to compute.

    She nearly brought tears to those

    present with her acceptance speech.

    Young peoplemust grab opportuni-

    ties like these whilst they are young so

    that they canhave a better future, she

    said.

    Despite these achievements, the

    former spaza shop owner knows the

    chances of landing a job are very slim

    for her.

    I amnot looking to be employed but

    my mission is to make a difference in

    the community by instilling a sense of

    education, she said.

    Ever since the news of her comput-

    ing success, the gogo has been fielding

    interviews from local radio stations

    and newspapers and she feels like a

    little star in her own right.

    Her daughter Linda Bengue said she

    was very proud of her.

    The love of education runs deep in

    her family. My uncles at the Moyake

    family were voracious readers. My

    mother was married at 15 years and

    but she has always longed to read,

    said Linda.

    She said hermothers love for educa-

    tionwas infectious in her large family.

    My daughter, Benguita, had just

    spent a year in Germany and she

    speaks highly of her gogo, she said.

    FornowGogoMkunqwanas focus is

    on getting that teaching certificate at

    the end of her course.

    Her younger sisters were profes-

    sionals andher brotherswere intellec-

    tuals and thats where the quest comes

    from, Linda added.

    Her Unisa school fees were paid for

    by her granddaughter, who is also a

    graduate.

    I am very grateful to God because

    she blessed me. I was able to put my

    kids through school and then sort my-

    self out after them, she said.

    Rani said his company would sup-

    port gogo in her educational endeav-

    ours.

    Her remarkable story is that of

    hope, she has shown us that its never

    too late to learn, he said.

    Silulo MD Luvuyo Rani with Gogo Nozukile Mkunqwana who completed a computer course at the ripe age of

    75 years. PHOTO: TEDDY SAMBU

  • CITY VISION

    Thursday, 9 July 2015

    2 NEWS

    MOTIVATION

    zydmzamo

    Dowemake our own luck?

    The word luck can never be

    exhausted. We can debate it and

    think we have, but it will pop up.

    What is luck? Some will say it is

    a blessing. Blessing from whom?

    You know from whom?

    And they are right in a way.

    Look when one wins lotto, what is

    that?

    Is that not luck? Hayi man, this

    topic is tough. But I like it that

    way because in search for what to

    write about this week it popped

    up.

    Yeah, sometimes when you

    write about things youve got to

    do some research. It just does not

    pop up: ping. And you can never

    rely on luck. Maybe with lotto

    you can. But with work! I dont

    think so.

    Correct me if I am wrong, but I

    dont think I am wrong. I remem-

    ber one man telling me he is

    going to go home for luck. There

    is a good man he will consult.

    That man will give him muti to

    wade bad spells.

    I want this man to like me; he

    said referring to the boss who

    happened to be white. Does muti

    affect white bosses? I dont know.

    I still need to be convinced, if I

    have time for that. Usually I

    dont.

    But then you will ask why do I

    write about it. I write about it

    because I am writing about luck.

    And we are looking at how luck is

    understood. Some reckon you get

    it from special people.

    That is why I talk about my

    colleague. He no longer is now.

    That was long time ago. But

    mentioning luck made me think

    about him. This is a true story by

    the way. I am not making it up.

    I am writing about it because he

    turned to me and said, How

    about you? You are black. You

    cant go around without protec-

    tion. Youve got to strengthen

    yourself

    I must say my kn