Media Advisory

19 May 2022

Minister Pandor to officially hand over computers to Zinikeleni Secondary School in Carolina, Mpumalanga Province

The Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Dr Naledi Pandor, will officially hand over laptops to Zinikeleni Secondary School in Carolina, Mpumalanga Province. Minister Pandor will use the opportunity of her visit to the school to interact with the learners regarding the importance of education.

The Minister’s event in Zinikeleni Secondary School forms part of the events leading to the Presidential Imbizo, which will be held in Carolina, at 10h00, tomorrow, Friday, 20 May 2022.

The laptops that Minister Pandor will hand over have been generously donated to the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) by Ambassador Tariq Al-Ansari, the Ambassador of the State of Qatar to South Africa.

Ambassador Tariq Al-Ansari will join Minister Pandor during the hand-over event at the school. Other dignitaries include the MEC for Education in Mpumalanga, Mr Bonakele Majuba; the Executive Mayor of Gert Sibande District Municipality, Cllr Dan Nkosi; and members of the School Governing Body.

Media are invited as follows:

Date: Friday, 20 May 2022

Time: 07h30 for 08h00

Venue: Zinikeleni Secondary School, 2145 Sobhuza St, Silobela, Carolina, Mpumalanga

About the School

Zinikeleni Secondary school is a public school which is a section 21 school. It is allocated finances by the Department of Basic Education and is responsible for ordering stationery, and textbooks, paying for water and lights accounts and undertaking its maintenance. It is classified under quintile 4. The school has about 1 355 learners served by 51 teachers.

Enquiries: Lunga Ngqengelele, 082 566 0446

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