Dj Oskido Has Enrolled Himself In A Back To School Program

 Dj Oskido Has Enrolled Himself In A Back To School Program

Dj Oskido Has Enrolled Himself In A Back To School Program.


Oskido, the music pioneer and radio host, is embarking on a new path of self-empowerment.

The king of the decks announced on social media this week that he had enrolled in a project management program at the University of Pretoria and would be spending his time behind a desk.

Oskido posted a photograph of himself in the classroom, captioning it: “Today I embark on a new challenge by going back to school. I have enrolled at University of Pretoria for a 5 month Project Management Programme. That’s 8am to 5pm, 1 week per month💪🏿. Believers let’s keep growing & empowering ourselves 🚀🚀 “

The musician went on to tell fans that they should find ways to empower themselves.

Many of Oskido’s fans and friends, including Black Coffee, Zakes Bantwini, and Warren Masemola, praised him for demonstrating that age should not be a barrier to achieving one’s goals.

Despite their celebrity, many local celebrities, including the 54-year-old muso, continue to pursue their educational goals.

Bridget Masinga, an award-winning radio host and television presenter, recently graduated from Unisa with a BA in government, administration, and development.

“It seemed like an eternity at times because life got in the way; ngowo, heartbreak, work, health, and every obstacle that could test my resolve to finish came my way,” the star explained.

“Nothing I’ve done thus far has tested my resolve more than this journey,” she continued. But I kept telling myself, “The only way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time!” as an African proverb goes.

Mapaseka Mokwele, a former Kaya959 presenter and motivational speaker, shared her journey as she graduated with a Master’s degree from Wits University in September last year. She also expressed gratitude to her family for their unwavering support over the years.

“On its own, this graduation has been quite a journey… This Master’s degree was completed in late 2019/early 2020. Then there’s Covid. Because I wanted to walk across that stage, I chose not to graduate virtually. “I worked hard for this and wanted to enjoy it to the fullest,” Mokwele said.

Cedric Fortune of “Skeem Saam” announced his graduation from UCT in July of last year.

“An entire UCT graduate.” Thank you, @Che Maake, for providing me with this lovely and spotless gown. Made to the highest standards. “I appreciate it,” he wrote.

Age doesn’t caught when it comes to education.  Big up to Oscar for taking up this big step and challenge the youth of today and show them that it is not to late to return to school.

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