The Department of education sends its warm well wishes to all the learners writing their supplementary exams from February 22.
Teaching and learning ha been disturbed for the past three weeks in schools around Marite in Bushbuckridge Local Municipality following service delivery protests.
The group helped a number of pupils improve their matric results last year.
Needy children from Embatini Primary receives school uniform.
These pupils were selected after intensive activities and interviews, which tested all their capabilities to learn about the water sector while still having fun.
Gogo Sibiya describes her grandchild as a bookworm who spent most of her time reading books when other girls wandered the streets.
The school’s top learner, Tshepiso Shongwe achieved distinctions in mathematics, physical science and life orientation and level six in life science, geography, siSwati and English.
A team of six readers from grade five to seven is required to read selected texts from books chosen by Phendulani.
The prizes ranged from a tablet, cellphone, trophy, dictionary, certificates and goody bags, courtesy of Vodacom and the premier’s office.
“We are confident that we are going to make it, we completed the syllabus, pupils are ready and we are currently doing revision of past exam papers to prepare them.
Mhaule further urged parents, religious leaders and the community at large to encourage the pupils and give them enough time and space to study until the last day of the examinations.