Nomkhosi Malaba (19), a first year Bachelor of Business Science (BBusSc) student at the University of Cape Town (UCT), has been selected as mentor at CampusKey Cape Town. As the leading provider of secure student accommodation, CampusKey offers students everything they need under one roof, so that they can focus on their main objective - to graduate and experience student life at the same time.   Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Malaba completed her schooling at Peterhouse Girls High School in Mashonaland East. Says Malaba: “I’m very excited to have been selected as a CampusKey mentor for next year. I believe my personality suits the role well. I’ll strive to support my fellow mentees by capitalising on my own strengths to propel me as a leader, so that I may bring out the leader that lies within them, and inherently lies within us all.”   Malaba has been at CampusKey since the beginning of the year and says it has been quite the rollercoaster ride, with many ups and very little downs. She adds: “It’s a place where boundaries are pushed and the entirety of one's being is tested. This growth is something I believe everyone should enjoy.”   She approaches life with a ‘can do’ attitude. “I’m very well organised and lead a well-balanced life. I’ve achieved many personal my goals, but know that there is still a lot to learn and that I haven’t reached my full potential yet. I hope to inspire my fellow students to become the best versions of themselves.”   While focused on offering ‘comfort, convenience and community’, CampusKey is the ideal home-away-from-home with its various locations throughout South Africa, including Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Potchefstroom, Pretoria and Stellenbosch. Three lucky students stand the chance of winning their accommodation for next year at their Bloemfontein, Potchefstroom or Port Elizabeth campuses, valued at R65 000. To enter the competition and see the terms and conditions, visit CampusKey’s website at   Visit or phone 0861-STUDENT for more info. Follow CampusKey on Facebook: