Student's studies funded after his replicated FNB stadium impressed social media

Student's studies funded after his replicated FNB stadium impressed social media

- Stadium management South Africa recognised Limpopo engineer, Nego’s ingenuity and offered to help fund his studies

- Nego built a model of a city that blew social media and his village in Limpopo away

- SMSA are also giving Nego and his family an all-expenses paid trip to watch an ABSA Premiership match in Johannesburg

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Impressed with local Limpopo engineer, Mulalo ‘Nego’ Negondeni’s work, Stadium Management South Africa (SMSA) have offered to help further his education by assisting him with funding. Nego is a student at TVET college in Thohoyandou.

Being as passionate about engineering as he is, Nego is planning on furthering his education in civil engineering. Believing in Nego’s vision, SMSA are also helping him fund his studies.

The stadium management enterprise was Unable to overlook the talented engineer’s ingenuity, after the internet applauded his realistic model of FNB Stadium.

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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on Nego’s City, which is a model of a imagined city, designed and built by Nego, using only waste materials, sand and cement.

The little town comprises detailed models of buildings you would find in any South African city. Most remarkable. Is the lifelike FNB stadium right in the heart of the city. It also has apartment buildings, roads and a bridge.

SMSA have welcomed Nego and his family to watch an ABSA Premiership match in February. Nego and his family will be provided transport, accomodation, a stadium tour as well as tickets to watch the match,

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As reported earlier, Nego started his city as a project while studying at university. The people in the village of Thohoyandou loved his work and often stopped by to see it.

Nego thanked SMSA on social media, and wrote that even his friends and family were excited.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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