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Hon. Maaria Ishmael Kgetjepe


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.

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Mr. Morebudi Jackson Thamaga

You are most welcome into the Department of Education. You are encouraged to tour our website in order to enjoy the real fruits of education.

The Department is proud of the centrality of its role in society in terms of providing Quality public Education to all learners. We are subscribing to the true maxim that Education is a societal matter. All role players in education are indeed our partners in pursuance of education revolution which must guarantee success and prosperity for all. YOU ARE COUNTED AS OUR PARTNER.

Ms Nelly Tlakula (extreme right) and other members of Eyes for the world Project with learners who benefited from the project by having their sight restored by means of the unique adjustable spectacles

The Acting HOD Mr Martin Mashaba and other officials from the department of education ready to offer services to the community of Xitlakati village

GREETINGS MEC: Learners of Renaissance Secondary School greet MEC Ndou

I DO MY SCHOOL WORK: A learner of Renaissance Secondary School, Musina tells the MEC Ndou during the recent visit to the school.

OUR FATHER: Learners of Renaissance Secondary School in Musina celebrate the donation of four modern classrooms with MEC Ndou.

ARRIVING AT THE LEGISLATURE: The Acting HOD Mr Martin Mashaba and other guests walking to the Chamber

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