This is the highest coaching qualification offered in South Africa and the former Black Rhinos and Dynamos player completed it in six weeks.
He now ranks as one of the most-qualified coaches on the continent, after he also attained a UEFA B coaching course in 2009.
Dennis Mumble, chief operations officer at the South African Football Association, urged the graduates to impart their knowledge to fellow coaches.
“You will be asked to train other coaches as we have a huge task to train at least 150 000 coaches over the next 10 years for us (South Africa) to become competitive in world football,” said Mumble, who presided over the graduation ceremony.
Gorowa (41) has vast coaching experience in South Africa, having previously mentored Premiership sides Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows. He is now a scout for Sundowns.Post published in: Football