About 450 graduate from Ba Isago University

Baisago graduants PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Baisago graduants PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Ba Isago University has on Friday (November 25, 2022) capped 450 graduands in a graduation ceremony held at the University hall. The jubilant occasion was the first physical graduation ceremony since the outbreak of the COVID-19 in early 2020.

The grandaunts on the day received Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees from faculties of Faculty of Commerce, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Law and Para Legal Studies and the Faculty of the Built Environment, Arts and Science. Speaking at the ceremony, the Minister of Labour and Home Affairs, Anna Mokgethi lauded the Ba Isago Class of 2022 for showing resilience despite facing the COVID-19 storm during their study period.

“You have, undoubtedly, demonstrated a strong commitment and resilience during this period. This is something that all of us have had to commend ourselves for, profound resilience in fighting the COVID -19 pandemic in the past two and half years. We all know that your academic journey has not been easy. It is was particularly not easy for you grandaunts as you had to solider on through virtual lessons , scaled down or cancelled classes, all the while wondering about the uncertainties of what the future might bring,” she said.

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We salute Kgomo Khumo for a job well done

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