PROTEC INK Branch news

PROTEC INK Branch started the year with a lot happening. PROTEC bid farewell to Mpumezo Dungelo, Branch Manager, and welcomed Tyson Dotye as his successor.
The photographic spread is a small representation of the start of what promises to be a great year for this productive branch.

(Left): The INK Branch’s top 2023 achiever with six distinctions, Londeka Sphumelele, with Tyson Dotye, INK’s new Branch Manager

2023 INK matriculants, (from left) Lungani Mtshali, Amahle Msomi and Sphephelo Mbutho, visit the branch to inspire the Class of 2024 with their academic achievements

PROTEC INK 2023 matriculants came to the branch to share their brand new experiences in tertiary 
education with the 2024 cohort to inspire and motivate them

INK learners embark on their new school year with excitement

The post matrics were gifted artwork by the PROTEC INK learners

INK feeder schools benefit from the science laboratory at INK – here they explore 
conservation of linear momentum

The PROTEC INK team responded to a cry for help by Amahle Ndlela, 2023 matriculant, who was struggling with queries on her first day at university

Local Ward Councillor Fisokuhle Mngadi visited PROTEC INK, having heard positive reports about the branch. Here he greets Tyson Dotye. Cllr Mngadi had a broken pipe repaired at INK

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