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By: Kgothatso Huma
Thekwane, Rustenburg
Bojanala District

As we all aware that Unemployment Rate has gone up, there’s been job cut, retrenchments taking place Worldwide, we have to make plans!

I met with a Vibrant young lady in my community who is making sure that Education is taken seriously even during this Covid-19 Pandemic. She’s offering Extra Classes for the Gr.11 and Gr.12 learners to catch up with the syllabus.

She’s charging R50 per hour and R75 per 90min for a session. She has experience in tutoring and the results speaks for itself. I’ve been assisting her in terms of support as she needs it and also for the Learners to improve their curriculum.

It’s a Journey but the Future still looks Bright for our Community, Education is Power!

We might have a problem when it comes to children going to school because there’s a concern that they might be exposed to Covid-19. It is a valid point, but again the DoE is busy engaging with the Unions, the matter has escalated so we await the Final Decision.

“Knowledge is Power!”