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Gauteng Cooperative Governance, Traditional Affairs and Human Settlements MEC, Paul Mashatile will Handover School uniforms to 200 learners from poor communities in Soshanguve tomorrow morning as part of the provincial government’s back to school  programme.

For his back to school programme, MEC Mashatile will spend time with learners, teachers and school governing body members of Soshanguve East Secondary school and Mathaga Primary school before he holds a community meeting in the area on the status of education and other service delivery matters.

The MEC will use the visit to verify delivery of learner support material to all schools, attendance of teachers, and completion of learner admission and to ensure that teaching starts as planned by the schools and the department.

After his visit, MEC Mashatile will submit a report to the Premier about the status of the infrastructure, availability of teachers, and state of readiness for future schools in all the schools he will visit tomorrow in order for the provincial government to respond to the challenges and issues raised by stakeholders.

Members of the media are invited to attend the MEC’s school visit. Please see details below:

The details of the event are as follows:
Date:  Wednesday, 11 January 2017
1st Venue: Soshanguve East Secondary School, 1138 Block XX, Soshanguve
Time: 07:h00

To confirm attendance, please contact: Zandi Gamedze on: 011 355 - 4367 Or 083 454 2063 Or Luzuko Pongoma 076 747 9189

Edited by: Creamer Media Reporter
 
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