Moshabi was at Tsogo High from 1985 until he matriculated in 1987. Moshabi trained as a chemist but there was no chemistry between me and the chemicals in the fine chemicals research environment he was working in, so Moshabi jumped ship into the information systems field as an analyst-programmer. However his training in chemistry has contributed immensely to my success in the Business Intelligence/Data Analytics space. Moshabi is currently working in as an independent consultant. He hopes to get the Class of 1987, as a start, to re-engage with the Tsogo Alumni Society with a view of reviving the MmaLetebele Bursary Fund that was established in 1998. Moshabi is the only person who did not become a medical doctor from the 6 people who got B-aggregate passes** for the Joint Matriculation Board (JMB) exams written between 1985 and 1987. He gave up that ambition after helping one-too-many victims of car accidents in 1986-1987 with his mom/aunt, Vivienne Bodibe, who is a retired (and tired) nurse.
as an aside:
**JMB B-aggregate passes (1985-1987)
1985: Dr Maeyane Stephens (Steve) Moeng (Surgery – Milpark Hospital)
1986: Dr Stephen Mphomane (Radiology – Milpark Hospital), Dr Kennedy John Matshana (Neurological Surgery – Netcare N17 Private Hospital)
1987: Dr Abel Nakedi Sekhu (Urology – Rustenburg(Private)), Dr David Majadiji ‘GG’ Mathekga (Internal Medicine – Steve Biko Academic)