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  • 03 May 2018

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Best wishes to the class of 2018

The Speaker of Matatiele Local Municipality Council, Cllr Nomasomi Mshuqwana is on a drive - visiting all high schools around Matatiele to encourage the class of 2018 to do their best. This as the matric examinations start on October 23, 2018. The Alfred Nzo West District has set a target of 75% or more this year.

Cllr. Mshuqwana and the leadership of the municipality kick-started this programme by planting trees at Tholang SSS on Friday the 12th of October 2018. “We are responding to the call made by the president of the country, for all of us to join hands and fix the ills witnessed in our country. The Thuma Mina campaign infiltrates into all aspects, and surely education - as a national building crucial element, cannot be left out”, said Cllr. Mshuqwana.

Offering best wishes to the Class of 2018, Madam Speaker said “the municipality is proud that you have reached this important milestone in your life, now it is in your hands to pave your bright future”.

Cllr. Mshuqwana further called on families, communities and the municipality at large to stand by the matrics and offer all the necessary support needed to excel in these examinations.

On the same breath, Matatiele LM Executive Committee members & Community Services Department Standing Committee have also been set to claim back the Matatiele status of being the greenest town in the country.

As part of #GreeningMatat programme, the leadership addressed learners from Ward 1 & 2 on the importance of planting trees. After the engagement, the leadership paved the way by planting trees in schools around Maluti.

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