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Children and Teens issues by Naledi Moleo
Lettah Sikhosana who graduated with a Bachelor of Education degree Cum Laude (27 distinctions) . “I come from a very supportive background. My mom is a domestic worker and my father, a truck driver. But their occupations didn’t hinder me from doing what I love,” she said. She was born in Kwaggafontein, Mpumalanga, and is now only 22 years old, having completed her degree in record time.
Thirona Moodley – Provincial Manager of KZN National Professional Teachers’ Organisation of South Africa Guest: Nathi Sukazi – Chief Director for Communications at the KZN Department of Transport Parents whose children travel to school on the back of bakkies have less than two weeks to source an alternative mode of transport. From May 11, it will be illegal to use bakkies as transport for schoolchildren. According to a report released by Arrive Alive, the rule comes into effect from May 11 and means that children and other persons may still be transported in the goods compartment of the vehicle – but only if it is not done for money.