Trans-Africa Projects (TAP) has generously pledged to pay tuition for 6 worthy False Bay TVET College electrical engineering students, from the Khayelitsha area who have demonstrated a talent for mathematics.
Trans-Africa Projects (PTY) Ltd is owned by Fluor (USA) and Eskom (RSA) offering a complete suite of electrical engineering services including project management and site supervision services. In alignment with Eskom deliverables of skills development and job creation, TAP has gone through a process of selection, identifying False Bay TVET College as one of the preferred higher education and training providers.
In an introductory meeting, Mr Never Chauke, a representative from TAP addressed the bursary recipients encouraging them to work hard to create a legacy for future students to aspire to.
Ms Asanda Toyi, one of the bursary recipients brought several of the guests in attendance to tears, when she shared of her personal challenges saying
“I never thought that I would be given an opportunity to fulfil a dream, when so many of my other hopes and dreams have been unattainable”.
She went on to declare that she would not disappoint Trans-Africa Projects and would strive to make the college proud.
TAP will continue to look at further avenues to collaborate with False Bay TVET College and is already investigating Work Integrated Learning options for the bursary recipients.