Needy learners of Maminza Primary School in Pienaar recently received school uniforms.
Three schools received netball kits during the official launch of the Schools Netball tournament at Benjamin primary in Matsulu.
Having access to the technology will assist the school in improving learner’s computer skills
The Mpumalanga department of education announced its matric results last Thursday at former Marapyane Agricultural College. Nomaan Shoukat Mulla (18) from Rob Ferreira Hoerskool in White River was the Mpumalanga overall top learner.
Parents, teachers and learners of Vulemehlo Combined School bided farewell to their long servicing principal, the founder of the school Mr Kenneth Mnisi.
The Department of Education celebrates excellence and awarded certificates and trophies to hard working teachers.
The Young Women Sixteen Project donated sanitary pads and cosmetic products from their own pockets to the learners of the school.
Schools soccer teams from Mbombela, Nkomazi and Umjindi to battle against each other on the God’s Chosen Soccer Tournament.
Learners from 18 high schools in the province showed their skills on how to purify and save water during a recently held water purification competition held in the University of Mpumalanga. Shanke High School from Bushbuckridge topped them all, followed by the Highveld High and Khaliphani High School.
A UK based charity organisation, Happy Feet, donates over 190 pairs of school shoes to needy children from different schools around Pienaar.
Sign language, speeches , laughter and tears of joy were shed as parents, teachers former and current learners says “farewell” to Ms Ruth Tellie Mthethwa of Father Charles Primary School in Mooiplaas.