Joseph Khohlokoane, a 44 year old man from Worcester, dreamt of becoming a social worker when he enrolled at University of Cape Town in 1992 but couldn’t get his degree as he owed around R30 000 of study debt by the time he had finished.
He started working as a petrol attendant at a Shell Ultra City Breede Valley in Worcester, to try and pay off his debt so he could finally get his degree but couldn’t save up enough to pay back what was owed.
He spent the next 10 years working as a petrol attendant, and then another seven as a cleaner. He decided not to tell anyone at work that he had studied at UCT.
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