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Thabang Makhoang’s memory lives on
02 December 2015

 
In memory of ThabangMakhoang who tragically drowned at the NWU Potchefstroom Campus in 2012 during the orientation programme, the university unveiled his tombstone and handed over a title deed for a family house as well as a bursary fund for the community and Thabang's sibling.
On Friday, 27 November 2015, the family visited the pool where Thabang drowned for a traditional ritual. Prof. Dan Kgwadi, Vice-Chancellor of the NWU, then visited the family in Tswelelang Township in Wolmaranstad on 28 November where they unveiled the tombstone and handed them the title deed of the house and bursary fund.  
“Through the ThabangMakhoangTswelelang Bursary Fund, and the bursary for his daughter, KamogeloMakhoang, the community of Tswelelang will have a lasting relationship with the university,” Kgwadi said. “Kamogelo will be able to study at any of the NWU’s three campuses. On top of that, the studies of one student from the Tswelelang community will every year be funded.”
The title deed of a family house was the result of a letter that was found in Thabang’s residence addressed to his mother where he promised to buy her a house once he finished his studies and found a job. “The university built the family a house to honour his dream,” concluded Kgwadi.