MEC Mandla Makupula brings Careers Expo to Willowvale

Posted on Wednesday, 26 July 2017

By Communications

Category: Latest News

An attempt to progressively synergise learning from high school towards higher education amongst learners through making informed career choices has prompted the Eastern Cape Education department, MEC, Mandla Makupula to champion a high level careers expo at the Willowvale Sports Ground, outside Dutywa from the 27th - 28th July 2017 (10:00 am).

Industry specialists coming from government departments, parastatals and the private sector companies will be exhibiting during the two day careers expo. They will also share career information that will help the attending learners make informed career choices.

Details of the event are as follows:

Date: 27- 28 July 2017
Venue: Willowvale Sports Ground
Starting time: 10:00 am (Both days)

Local and out of school youth are urged to come and join this life changing experience offered by the EasternCape Education department.

Enquiries: Mali Mtima @ 083 795 2117/ Loyiso Pulumani @ 083 275 0675

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KHa commented on 29 Jul, 2017 11:07

Good day Sir/Madam I am concerned about the issue of rationalisation schools. It seems as if it is taking too long in the Chris Hani West as Principals do not want to cooperate and want to keep their learners from going to Grade 8 and 9 to Senior Secondary. I am one of the Principal whose school has less than 100 learners and need Grade 8and 9 learners to form a high school. Hope that this matter will speed up so that I can get more learners and teachers for each subject. Kind regards.

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Khaya Freddy Nyikanyika commented on 29 Jul, 2017 11:12

Good day Sir/Madam I am concerned about the issue of rationalisation schools. It seems as if it is taking too long in the Chris Hani West as Principals do not want to cooperate and want to keep their learners from going to Grade 8 and 9 to Senior Secondary. I am one of the Principal whose school has less than 100 learners and need Grade 8and 9 learners to form a high school. Hope that this matter will speed up so that I can get more learners and teachers for each subject. Kind regards.

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Mrs NS Mkaza commented on 31 Jul, 2017 11:20

good sir I am concerned about the fact the department brings career expos only in then transkei area forgeting our children who are in the then ciskei area especially the raymond mhlaba municipality which is also a rural areas. our children also need to be equipped just like those children.

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