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26 May 2017
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The Gauteng Provincial Government is pleased to announce the state of readiness to start the 2017 academic year. All the necessary preparations including the delivery of Learning and Teaching Support Material (LTSM) and school furniture have been finalised.

Gauteng Premier David Makhura, together with Members of the Executive Council, will on 11 January 2017 embark on the School Readiness Campaign to ensure that teaching and learning takes place on Day 1 of the academic programme.

All MECs will visit various schools around the province and conduct community meetings in the afternoon to interact with parents and stakeholders.

The main event is the official opening of the newly constructed Braamfischerville Primary School No.2, to be renamed Nomzamo Madikizela Mandela Primary School by Premier Makhura, Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi, as well as MEC for Infrastructure Development, Jacob Mamabolo.

Members of the media are invited as follows:

Date:            11 January 2017
Time:            07:00am
Media Tour with Premier, MECs and School Management
Venue:          Corner Ebbess and Assure Drive
Braamfischerville, Soweto

To RSVP for the main event taking place at Braamfischerville Primary School, please contact Madika Mofokeng on 011 355 0411 or Angel Mtintso on 083 447 6505.

For more information contact the Gauteng Department of Education’s acting spokesperson, Oupa Bodibe on 072 645 4569 or 011 355 1530.


Premier’s spokesperson, Phumla Sekhonyane, on 071 860 4496 or at phumla.sekhonyane@gauteng.gov.za

see attachments for more information.

Edited by: Creamer Media Reporter
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