For many years, the City of Mbombela was known as a far-flung north-eastern outpost of South Africa, offering not much more than easy access for visitors to the world-famous Kruger National Park. In those days, it was a frontier town.

Times have changed. Political change and economic development of the N4 Maputo Corridor have transformed the city into a gateway for neighbouring markets, a business centre and a Provincial capital.

The town was essentially created on 28 August 1884, when the Republican Volksraad approved plans to build a railway from the newly discovered Lowveld goldfields to Johannesburg.

Contact Details:

Address
Corner of Koraalboom Street and Kaapsehoop Road
Private Bag X11282
Nelsprut
1200

Contact Numbers Tel: 013 741 3016
Email : clcronje@ehlanzenicollege.co.za
GPS Co-ordinates: 25° 28′ 24.99” S, 30° 57′ 33.787” E

The line was finally opened in 1895 and growth followed as people quickly rushed to buy land in and around the Mbombela City area. Today, property prices are soaring again and the city’s economy benefits from its proximity to Mozambique and eSwatini (then Swaziland) while tourism has also been identified as a growth area.

The City of Mbombela offers easy access to many of the world’s finest game parks and is close to the Eastern Escarpment, a 1 200-metre wall of jagged mountain towering above the African bush. The city is also home to the National Botanical Gardens, set in 154 hectares of land along the eastern bank of the Crocodile River, containing no fewer than 512 plant species indigenous to the area.

Nelspruit Campus is situated close to the centre of Nelspruit and on the Maputo corridor. This Campus is one of the initially merged Campuses to make Ehlanzeni TVET College together with Mlumati, Kanyamazane and Mthimba. The Campus was previously known as Nelspruit Technical College and was a state-aided College. Originally this Campus offered Business Studies only, and peaked at approximately 300 students because of lack of lecturing rooms. When Engineering Studies was introduced due to numerous enquiries by Business and Industry and the community at large in and around Nelspruit, the infrastructure had to be expanded by increasing the number of lecture rooms. Currently the Campus accommodates 1640 students.  The Campus offers Electrical programmes as niche programme. The Campus is 3km from the Central Office of the College.

The Campus has a student residence for 50 female students.

NC(V) Programme

  • Office Administration

  • Finance Economics and Accounting

  • Electrical Infrastructure and Construction

Report 191 Programme

  • Electrical Engineering N1 – N6

  • Financial Management: N4 to N6

  • Electrical Engineering: N1 to N6

Sawula Sibiya

Biography of Wonderboy Sawula Sibiya

Mr Sibiya was born in Nhlazatshe in the Albert Luthuli Local Municipality and grew up in Middelplaas in the Nkomazi municipality. He worked for various construction companies before joining the College in 2007.

He worked as a Lecturer in Mlumati Campus from 2007 – 2010. In Mlumati Campus he was a lecturer for Mathematics NCV L2 – L4. As a lecturer at Mlumati, Mr Sibiya produced good results.  He then transferred to Nelspruit Campus in 2011 and was working as an Education Specialist in fundamentals subjects until his appointment as the Acting Campus Manager in September 2021.

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