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KZN Treasury donates laptops to learners
​Learners from Nqabakazulu High School were ecstatic
after they received 25 brand new laptops from KZN
Treasury.
TEACHING at Nqabakazulu High School will improve immensely after a generous donation of 25 brand new laptops to learners.

The laptop donation was made by KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Head of Treasury Simiso Magagula on 11 October. The handover follows a visit to the school earlier this year by MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nomusa Dube-Ncube and Magagula where they assessed the state of teaching in the school. Magagula, who is also the Cabinet’s Operation Sukuma Sakhe (OSS) HOD Champion for eThekwini, said the donation of laptops was in line with the pledge and commitment that he and MEC Dube-Ncube made during the Legislature School’s Functionality Programme at the secondary school.

He said it was an honour to donate the laptops to the school. “These laptops will ensure that pupils are properly equipped to take part in the fourth industrial revolution,” he added. OSS Coordinator
Sikhumbuzo Ndaba, who was present during the laptop handover, said learners and teachers were thrilled to receive the donation. 

“As OSS, under the Office of the Mayor, we are committed to improving the lives of our children. We want to help improve education that would in turn gradually improve the lives of poor communities. As government we want to do everything possible to assist learners who come from poor families. And through war rooms we are able to do this,” Ndaba said.
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