We are once again, at the end of yet another exciting year which was full of remarkable moments in many areas of our education in the province.
Upholding the provincial vision of ensuring a safe and secure province, I will deploy over 1 200 traffic officers on all major Limpopo roads for 24 hours for the festive season.
Boston City Campus and Business College Polokwane decided that it would be fitting for us to serve our 67 minutes by polishing the shoes of the people who passed through the arcade which serves the entrance to our learning centre.
Allow me to reflect on the media seminar that was hosted by the department of trade and industry (DTI) in Polokwane recently.
I write in response to an article by Nyambeni Mandiwana in the Capricorn Voice of 17 – 23 June 2015, titled “This is a NO GO area”.
We all assumed that the austerity measures imposed by national treasury on the provincial department of education would bring permanent solutions to challenges such as dodgy service providers such as the ones who failed to deliver books to Limpopo schools, but the problem has even exacerbated to school nutrition feeding scheme programmes, which gave learners…
Dear premier Firstly, I appreciate the level of reputational integrity you have brought to our once-troubled province. Because of your leadership acumen, our province is no longer trapped in the doldrums of bankruptcy. Even people from other provinces no longer call our province “Zimpopo”. Premier, there is a highly substantive issue I wish to communicate…
Here is a look at a media buying strategy.
THIS is not a typical opinion piece, but an appreciative letter to all South Africans.
Let us interrogate the scandal of the shortage of textbooks at some Limpopo schools, which keeps embarrassing Limpopo.
I would like to congratulate the MEC for cooperative governance, human settlement and traditional affairs (Coghsta), Ishmael Kgetjepe, for placing Mogalakwena Municipality under administration, according to section 139 1 (b) of the constitution that states that when a municipality does not fulfil an executive obligation, the provincial government may intervene by taking appropriate steps to correct the situation.