Lyceum CollegeRetrieving a lost diploma

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kindly advise what must I do, I was a Lyceum student [protected]) and now I lost my Teaching Diploma from a car accident and now I went to Lyceum in JHB they told me to deposit R600 and did that, but now they told me my name does not appear in their data, why? I don't know please help, I'm unemployed and trying to apply ( Nombulelo Thimbela id. [protected])

N Thimbela

  • Updated by Nombuleleo · Apr 18, 2017

    please I need help please, I don't know what to do now.


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    Mkeducor Feb 22, 2021

    Dear student, trust that you are well. Please provide your student number so that we are able to investigate your matter further .

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    makazi Aug 22, 2018
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    Hi I was a student at Ezibeleni College of Education that was under Lyceum College affiliated to Rand Afrikaans University as from [protected]. My student number was L409763 and I lost my statements of symbols. I'm applying for a post and these statements are neeeded as proof. Please help me.

    Yours faithfully
    TP Nondlazi
    ID NO [protected]

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