Halala: KZN government congratulates 2 men on their awesome graduation

Halala: KZN government congratulates 2 men on their awesome graduation

- The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Social Development recognised the impressive achievements of 2 government officials recently

- Dr Dumisani Xaba and Mr Xolani Makhwasa from KZN Social Development Head Office and Office of the MEC respectively were praised upon their successful graduations

- Social media users joined in and commended the 2 humble leaders

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Two government officials were recognised for their impressive feats by the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Social Development.

Via their Facebook page, the department congratulated Dr Dumisani Xaba and Mr Xolani Makhwasa following their successful graduation from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Working at the KZN Social Development Head Office, Xaba received his doctorate and was lauded for his humility and leadership.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Makhwasa works at the Office of the MEC and many Facebook users took time out to commend the two men.

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Mashu Cele commented, “I'm so proud of these humble leaders.”
Pravina Joseph added, “Congrats may u soar higher.”
Nhlanhla Mbhele said, “We are in good hands...... Congratulations Nonkosi & Mankwasa. Congratulations to the Department for having such progressive leadership.”
Samkelo Mlambo added, “Congratulations to the real leaders of the Department of Social Development.”

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Briefly.co.za traced another popular Facebook post relating to Dr Xaba’s graduation.

He was once again lauded by many, including KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala.

Nozipho Yozie Makhoba said, “Congratulations to this very humble mphathi halalala Nonkosi.”
Sihle Zikalala added, “Congratulation Dr Dumisani Xaba, surely such study will contribute to social development of our province and country.”

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