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Labour Minister To Donate Computers To Rural Schools

by lloyd last modified 2008-09-30 12:20

Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana will this week take a ‘Support-A-School’ campaign to greater heights

Released by The Department of Labour on 16 January 2008

Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana will this week take a ‘Support-A-School’ campaign to greater heights when he presents computers to three schools at Molepo village, near Polokwane in a move to encourage pupils to enroll in Mathematics, Science and Technology education.

 

Schools that are to benefit from Labour Ministry’s generous donation of 54 computers include St Beads High School (25); Maishe High School (19) and St Benedict Disabled School (5) all located at Ga-Molepo.

 

Community Projects that received training from the National Skills Fund to acquire various skills in the area: Lebopo Agricultural Co-operative, Molepo central Bakery project and Home Based care facility also stand to benefit from the donation as Labour Minister allocated them a computer each.

 

In 2005, Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana donated computers to Mphela High School at Letswatla Village.

 

The hand-over ceremony scheduled for Friday, January, 18 2008 will take place at Maishe High School.

 

Details are as follows:

 

Date: January, 18 2008

Venue: Maishe High School (Ga-Molepo Village)

Time: 10:00

 

Media is invited.

 

Ends.

 

For more information and RSVP, please contact Joe Maila at 082 887 3581.

 






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