From the remaining are Majoro Vuyani, Jama Mzimkhulu and Tladi Nthabeleng, a few Gr. 11 learners of the Kheleng Secondary University in Hennenman, who introduced their organization strategy which entails a pothole sensor for automobiles to avoid incidents and to cut down deaths from potholes. Photo: Equipped
Learners of the Kheleng Secondary College in Hennenman took part in the Zoom Entrepreneurship Consciousness Day presented by the Students for Development of Global Entrepreneurship South Africa (Sage) on Youth Working day.
3 gr. 11 learners, Majoro Vuyani, Jama Mzimkhulu and Tladi Nthabeleng, introduced their business enterprise notion which entails a pothole sensor for cars and trucks to stay clear of incidents and to lower deaths from potholes. The faculty gained four prizes for the duration of the day.
Two other learners, Kananelo Seziba (Gr. 11) and Mfunele Katleho (Gr. 10), introduced their thought, a Medicare Hospital Equipment that lowers queues in hospitals. Individuals will be needed to position a clinical card or prescription in the slot delivered, and they will then receive their treatment devoid of conversing to everyone at the healthcare facility and clinic.
The Awareness Working day viewers alternative was Nziweni Khululekile who received R500 and the runner up was Sefatsa Mojalefi who gained R200.
Their mentor, Sello Dlamini, an educator at the faculty, states his learners are all set for the future challenge.