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The Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Education and Training Bhekithemba Gama has introduced the newly appointed Principal of Gwamile VOCTIM, Dr Buyisile Clementine Dladla. Dladla was introduced to the staff on Friday, 11 November 2022, by the Principal Secretary who was represented by the Director of Education in the Ministry, Dr Ntombenhle Dlamini.  Gama encouraged the employees to work on unity for the success of the institution. He also told the staff to empower themselves academically. Gama then commended the staff who held the acting position of principal on rotational basis for the good leadership.  He said this was witnessed in the previous months when higher education institutions in the country were rockedRead More →

Gwamile VOCTIM hosted its 4th Graduation Ceremony on the 2nd of November 2018. This event was held at the institution in Matsapha. Over 100 Graduates were awarded with Diplomas and Certificates. The institution also awarded 11 best students in the 8 vocational disciplines offered. These disciplines include Building and Construction, Plumbing, Motor Vehicle Systems, Vehicle Body Repairs, Electrical Installation, Carpentry and Joinery, Business Finance and Accounting, and Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Key Sponsors for the 2018 Gwamile VOCTIM graduation ceremony included Macmillan, Matsapha Municipality, Rand Continental Tool, Eswatini Royal Police, MA Consultants and Bonsile Nxumalo among others. The guest speaker for the graduation ceremony wasRead More →

Former students of Gwamile Vocational and Commercial Training Institute Matsapha (VOCTIM) have been urged to form an alumni so as to help the institution’s learners. The college administration has sent out a call for former students to come together and join an alumni association in order to help other former and current students. The call was made in a press release statement inviting former students to a meeting slated for 14 October 2017, where they would be forming VOCTIM’s first alumni. By joining the association, the institution’s former students could share their experience and make a real difference to current students in many positive ways.Read More →

The ENACTUS Gwamile VOCTIM travelled to the United Kingdom to represent the country at the ENACTUS Word Cup. The team competed against 35 other countries before a panel of international judges. The ENACTUS VOCTIM team comprised of team leader Phinda Dube, Communications Manager Tibusiso Ndzabandzaba, Assistant Human Resources Lindokuhle Gule, Operations Manager Siyabonga Gina and Nkosibona Lushaba. For their project, the team developed the first of its kind diaper disposal stations in the community of Ludzeludze to address improper diaper disposal and other waste. The diaper stations created five jobs for community members who were unemployed. Their project has impacted over 300 people directly andRead More →

The ENACTUS Gwamile Vocational and Commercial Training Institute Matsapha (VOCTIM) team qualified to represent Swaziland at the 2015 ENACTUS World Cup Which was held in Sandton, South Africa from October 14 to 16, 2015. It was the first time for the event to be hosted in the African continent. The ENACTUS World Cup is an international showcase of entrepreneurial action. Over 3500 students, business and academic leaders from the 36 participating countries come together to celebrate the progress, innovation, and societal impact demonstrated through the various projects. The Gwamile VOCTIM team, composed of 15 Students, had two projects that was to be presented to theRead More →

Students enrolled on a building programme have built a two room house for a destitute old woman at Sihhoye. This was part of the students’ practical lesson and they used materials donated by Gwamile VOCTIM staff to build the house for gogo Hlophe. Gogo Hlophe lost all her children and now lives with a primary school going grandson who benefits from Free Primary Education. The family lived in a makeshift hut built from mud patched twigs, and wooden pillar which were coming off the ground as the hut had started slanting, giving in to the sloppy terrain on which it was built. The Old woman’sRead More →