MEC Dlamini














HON:CATHERINE DLAMINI (MPL) Member of the Executive Council


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Head of Department: MRS LUCY MOYANE

 

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MEC MAJUBA SAYS MORE STILL NEEDS TO BE DONE TO PROMOTE AFRICAN LANGUAGES

The MEC for Education, Mr Bonakele Majuba visited His Majesty, iNgwenyama yesitjhaba samaNdebele wakwaNdzundza, uMabkoko lll to provide a progress report on the extent to which the Department working side by side with its stakeholders improved the learning and teaching of IsiNdebele Language within the Province.

"We are truly grateful and humbled by the reception of the Royal House by His Majesty, iNgwenyama yesitjhaba samaNdebele wakwaNdzundza, uMabkoko lll. We have chosen to pay our respect to the royal family united in the vibrant tapestry of Africa Month, a time to celebrate the rich heritage and boundless potential of our continent, country and our Province in particular.

Our visit to the Royal Residence today, transcends a meeting; it signifies our respect, triumph in reclaiming and revitalizing our African essence, specifically focusing on improving the learning and teaching Selimi Lekhethu LesiNdebele. Africa Month serves as a powerful call to action, urging us to embrace the very core of our identity – our languages, arts, culture, and heritage. Visit our facebook page to read full story

RHANDZA XIKOLO XA WENA!

The Rhandza Xikolo Xa Wena Campaign culminated in a celebratory atmosphere at James Khosa Secondary School in Bohlabela District, with joyful singing, dancing, and a touch of sweet melody. This festive spirit capped off a day of dedicated effort from everyone involved.

The MEC assisted teachers, learners and members of the school governing body to clean the surroundings of the School to create favorable learning and teaching space.

The Rhandza Xi Kolo Xa Wena Campaign seeks to mobilize communities to own and safeguard schools at all times. It intends to ensure that communities protect and take care of school properties. The activities for the campaign included the rehabilitation of School furniture, fixing broken windows, doors and door handles, repair of leaking roofs, replace falling ceilings , painting, landscaping and campaign against criminal activities and the prevention of the trafficking of illegal substances and dangerous weapons.

The MEC emphasized on the importance of community involvement in creating a safe and successful learning environment for learners and teachers.

The Department of Education extends its sincere gratitude to all participants in this Programme. Indeed no one is being left behind. #BabizeBonke #randzaxikoloxawenacampaing


PARTICIPATION IN THE WEDNESDAY SCHOOL SPORTS DAY

The Mpumalanga Department of Education in collaboration with the Department of Culture, Sports and Recreation and Sport Associations has elected to resuscitate the Wednesday School Sports Days. All Public Ordinary Schools are therefore encouraged to organise themselves towards the realisation of this injunction to foster pride, honour and patriotism in our school –going youth through properly organised, managed and coordinated schools sport programmes. This must help to develop functional and vibrant institutions of learning and centres for community life and to ensure increased access to school’s sport programme. It must create access to mass participation of learners in sport activities.

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