working for the unemployed

Cementing His Future

Nhlanhla KheswaNhlanhla Kheswa has always enjoyed working with his hands. He began his career as a plumbing assistant but like so many South Africans, found himself retrenched and unable to find more employment. He decided to return to college and study Electrical Engineering part time and it was while on campus that he heard about the Worklink/DreamWorker programme and registered for work.

“I never lost hope and kept calling the office to see if there were any opportunities for me. Well, my perseverance paid off. I was so happy to receive a call in June this year offering me a post at Nquamuza Campus in Port Edward as a plumbing assistant. Thank you DreamWorker for helping me find work again!”