CPUT student thanks Good Samaritan for paying his fees for four years

Phuthehang Letseha

Cape Town – The road to graduation is back-breaking for many, as tuition costs thousands of rand which South African youths do not have.

Phuthehang Letseha in 2015 shared his story of resilience with the Cape Times of how he used the R600 a month he got from renting out his Kraaifontein shack to buy food, toiletries and to commute to university.Letseha also had to get a loan, which he planned to repay after he graduated.A Good Samaritan read the article and has been paying his tuition fees for the past four years.Letseha, 25, graduates with a teaching degree soon, and said words failed him in thanking the Samaritan, who he has been communicating with via email, but has never met.

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