All professions are equally important- says Mhaule

Jimmy Dube receiving his certificate from MEC Regina Mhaule

MBOMBELA – Having no matric certificate is not the end life.

“Those who did not have an opportunity to pass their matric and those who could be accommodated in institutions of higher learning can still be trained and be qualified in different skills with the Mpumalanga Regional Training Trust (MRTT),” said the MEC for education, Ms Regina Mhaule.

She was speaking during the graduation ceremony of more than 150 MRTT graduates at the Mbombela Civic Centre on Tuesday.

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“All skills and professions are equally important, hence as the Department of Education in the province, we support and fund skills-development programmes offered by MRTT,” she said


Ululations, praises, dance and song were the order of the day as families and friends of the graduates congratulated them for their achievements. Tenteleni Inclusive School’s marimba band entertained the guests.

Thobile Mlangeni

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