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Alumni Profile: Keratilwe Rakobelwa (Tsogo 2004)

Keratilwe Rakobelwa

Keratilwe Rakobelwa (Tsogo 2004)

Alumni Profile of Keratilwe Rakobelwa

I started at Tsogo in 2002 during my Grade 10 and matriculated in 2004. Much earlier I did my Primary school in a small township called Ga-rankuwa at Agisanang. I attended Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, earning a National Diploma in IT majoring in Business Informatics.. Currently I wear multiple hats: I am a Junior Business Analyst for an IT Consultancy company, a Public Relations Executive for an entertainment company, JCulture entertainment and a DJ Manager for my own DJ Management company, Miss Kay Entertainment.

I am inspired by God and my great-grand mother have been a great inspiration for me. My great-grand mother at age 96 was the most humble and strongest woman I knew.  I believe the power is from within, the will to wake up and go make a change is inspiration enough. I’m my own role model!

To Alumni:

Keep your feet on the ground even with better shoes on. Always work hard to achieve what YOU believe in. And lastly, PRAY!

To current Students

The industry is a hard place to be in, but after years of studying and getting your qualification it will all be worth it. And choose a career path that YOU are passionate about, don’t let the world dictate your future and role in society.

My fondest memory of Tsogo, I think being in a class of the funniest and hard working students from Grade 10 is a memory on its own. The days of sitting by a place called “Sunnyside” behind the toilets during winter was classic as well.

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