Maaria is an astute and seasoned politician and a leader who have led the political structures at different levels starting from being a leader of the Student Representative Council as the Deputy President at the then Sekhukhune College of Education.
After the unbanning of the political parties in 1990 he became one of the key activists to establish Sekhukhune Democratic Teachers Association which preceded the formation of National Education Union of South Africa (NEUSA). He was part of the leadership that spearheaded and canvassed for the formation of the South African Teachers Democratic Union (SADTU)
He was elected as a Ward Councilor in 2001 after the first democratic local government elections in Fetakgomo Local Municipality and later sworn in as a Chief Whip. He was later deployed to serve in the Limpopo Provincial Legislature and appointed as the Chairperson of the Safety, Security and Liaison Portfolio Committee in 2009.
Ndiambani Beauty Mutheiwana is the second born from a family of seven, born at Malamulele and moved to Sibasa in the late 60s when the Vhavenda’s were separated from the Shangaan’s.
She started working at an early age of 18 after matriculating and joined the then Venda Development Corporation (VDC) under the Spaarbank division as a Teller and progressed through the ranks until the position of a Branch Manager for African Bank (1984 – 1997). Ms Mutheiwana furthered her university studies through correspondence with the University of Venda where she obtained B.Com Accounting (1990) and University Education Diploma (1995) through the bursary assistance from the VDC.
Limpopo MEC for Education Ishmael Kgetjepe, Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga, CEO of National Collaboration Trust(NECT), Godwin Khosa at Ester Maleka Comprehensive School in Marble Hall, Sekhukhune District
EDUCATION A SOCIETAL MATTER: From left, Dr Rammbiyana, MEC Kgetjepe, Premier Mathabatha, Vhavenda King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana SGB member and Khosi Gole Mphaphuli.
Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga and MEC for Education Ishmael Kgetjepe encouraging learners at Mudinane Secondary School.
Premier of Limpopo Mr Stanley Mathabata wishing good lucky to 2016 Grade 12 achievers
Limpopo MEC for Education Mr Ishmael Kgetjepe announcing 2016 Grade 12 Matric results in Polokwane
Mr. Lidzhade N.C. (Second) of Mbilwi High School receiving award of best school- Mbilwi
TOP PRINCIPAL: Mr Lidzhade Cedric of Mbilwi Secondary School congratulated by the MEC Ishmael Kgetjepe watched by the HOD Beauty Mutheiwana(Right)
TOP LEARNER: Nemavhadwe Malamba from Tshivhase Secondary School in Vhembe. With her is the MEC Ishmael Kgetjepe, His Grace, the Right Reverend Dr Barnabas Lekganyane and Premier Stan Mathabatha.
2016 Grade 12 results announcement: HOD Beauty Mutheiwana with Top 10 learners receiving R 10 000 each from Domba Trust. Fund is to assist them at Institutions of Higher learning
Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga, Limpopo MEC for Education Ishmael Kgetjepe, CEO of National Collaboration Trust (NECT) Godwin Khosa and other delegates during the official launch of th [ ... ]
Premier of Limpopo Mr. stanely Mathabata and King of Vhavenda Khosikhulu Toni Mphephu Ramabulana were part of delegation that visited top three performing schools in Vhembe District. The visit sta [ ... ]
Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga and MEC for Education Ishmael Kgetjepe visited the two Schools in Ha-Masia, Vuwani. The schools are Mudinane and Ramauba Secondary schools. Minister and [ ... ]
The Department continues to monitor the delivery of Learner and Teacher Support Material (LTSM) across the Province, in particular stationery. To date, significant work has been done in this regard [ ... ]
THE SECOND CHANCE MATRIC PROGRAMME: LIMPOPO PROVINCE
The aim of the Second Chance Matric Programme is to provide support to learners who have not been able to meet the requirements of the National [ ... ]