2020 Tshwane west district top performing matriculants rewarded .

Written by on April 17, 2021

Idah Rakale partnered up with Eugene Modise foundation, Tshwane west district to host the 6th Idah Rakale’s matric awards on Friday 16 April at Mzansi resorts (formerly known sun).

The awards celebrate matriculants of 2020 who achieved averages of between 80-100% in their National certificate results for their hard work they were rewarded with Laptops. The students were selected from various schools that fall under the Tshwane west district.

Lesiba Mvalo from the district’s Information System and strategic planning (ISSP)which is a division within the Tshwane west district which looks at issues that affect school’s including learner performance, and they also look at trends within schools to check what are causes of good and bad performance he further said that everyone who is educated passed through school teacher’s, principal and their not acknowledged

Program director Ofentse Mathope Mawisa and Uve Nathi Gcilishe from Ekasilabs

Mvalo further acknowledged the organizers of the awards for the work they have done in making sure the event happens. He wished students who will be furthering their studies at Various institutions of higher learning all the best with their studies.

Uve Nathi Gcilishe Business development officer from EkasiLabs which has offices in Ga-rankuwa and Mabopane appreciated all the teachers For the work they do and the visions they have for their country. She further advised students that university are meant to shape people so that they can be better people they will also learn to be independent and responsible.

Keynote speaker Eugene Modise and the owner of Mzansi resorts paid a tribute to both front line worker’s, families who lost their loved one’s due to Covid-19 and 15-year-old Lufuno Mavhunga who lost her life due to bullying. He also appreciated school teachers for the work they do in building a better future despite the challenges that they face with noticeable being ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

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