Southern Africa Nazarene University celebrated its 7th graduation 28 October as 374 students accepted their degrees from Africa's newest Nazarene educational institution. Vice Chancellor Winnie Nhlengethwa said it was "A grand and glorious celebration."
As is the custom in Swaziland, King Mswati III was at this celebration by way of his representative, Prince David Dlamini. Through the prince, the king expressed how he is looking forward to SANU being a leader in the establishment of a university sanctioned by all of the countries in southern Africa.
"We applaud SANU for forging partnerships with other higher education institutions," he said. "SANU is an institution in good standing with the Association of African Universities."
The ceremony also celebrated the first year of issuing Bachelor of Science degrees in medical laboratory sciences and in the area of nurse anesthetist. Nhlengethwa was excited about this important advancement for the university and its students.
SANU continues to look toward the future and looks forward to many more successful graduations in the future.