Mohamed's Story


Mohamed is from Manenberg. He came to Learn to Live, School of Skills, at the beginning of the second term in 2015. He is sixteen years old and doing the 4-year Panel Beating course. Manenberg is a community in the Southern suburbs of Cape Town where gangsterism, drugs and alcohol abuse are rife. When he came to the school he was using drugs on a regular basis. The school referred him for counselling. He stopped using drugs and attended counselling sessions regularly. He is a keen learner who is doing his best to make a success of his life.

Through the professional and fatherly guidance of Rodney Abrahamse, the Panel Beating instructor, Mohamed not only gained knowledge in panel beating, but also learned that it is important to work hard, be dedicated and use every opportunity in life. He really gives his best in the panel beating workshop and is eager to get his qualification.

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