Nelson Mandela University produced unique graduates
Port Elizabeth, South Africa Social April 10 @ 6:02am
Two blind men graduated recently and passed their honours degree in isiXhosa language at the Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. These blind students believed that isiXhosa is an indigenous language need to be preserved in South Africa. This language has its roots in the Eastern Cape where political icons like the former state president Madiba and Steve Biko were born. The journey for them in order to achieve their dreams was not easier, citing that they are blind.