Matric Class of 2023 Amajuba District Schools Excellence Awards Ceremony

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer graced the Amajuba District Awards Ceremony held at Ferrum High School today, in Newcastle.

    Today’s event aimed to acknowledge exceptional work done by our dedicated educators and learners in the 2023 National Senior Certificate Examination Results.

    The Amajuba District is made up of 8 Circuit Management Centres, that supports schools to produce excellence results.

    The District achieved an 87% pass rate in the 2023 NSC Examinations Results. This is the highest percentage obtained compared with the previous years.

    The Amajuba District Director, Mr RTT Nzama outlined the purpose of the event, speaking to a packed hall he said, ‘’We are in a celebration mood, celebrating the excellence work of our educators, we are also grateful for the good relationship we have with the Amajuba District Municipality, thank you to all the stakeholders, who have contributed to the excellent results celebrated today. The excellence that we celebrate today is because of sweat, commitment and hard work.”

    Furthermore, he also commended the unions and all subject advisors for both FET & GET band for their support.

    Chief Director of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education, Dr David Chonco, District Operation Management in his address rendered the message of support and applauded all the Districts for obtaining over 80% in the 2023 National Senior Certificate Examinations results.

    "There were targets that were set by the Department of Basic Education and the Amajuba District has done very well in that regard. All the best to Amajuba District again for the good work that you are doing,” said Dr Chonco.

    Dr Moses Thomas Simelane, Acting Deputy Director General ( DDG) of Policy Support and Monitoring in the Department of Basic Education was the Guest Speaker in this prestigious event and he mentioned that, "As we celebrate the Class of 2023, we are indeed all speaking in one voice on these stars, it is heart warming that KZN contributed 44.8% of bachelor's for the first time in the history of Education, we need this kind of Excellence in our country”, said DDG,
    Dr Moses Thomas Simelane.

    During her address, MEC Frazer said, "Our educators are the pillars of our education system, We are here to celebrate the hard work of our educators, Amajuba District obtained 87% in the 2023 National Senior Certificate Examinations Results, which surpasses the previous years results."

    MEC Frazer together with Mayor Misizwe Ndabuko Zulu handed over Awards to the Top 10 Learners in the Amajuba District.

    Venue : Ferrum High School, Amajuba District

    Date: 22 February 2024

    3- Days Curriculum Management and Delivery Extended Branch Meeting and Workshop

    The Curriculum Management and Delivery Branch held an Extended Branch Meeting and Workshop to deliberate on strategic focus areas. This included operational, management plans strategic interventions in support of curriculum implementation.

    Day 3 of the Workshop entailed report back from the commissions formulated in Day 2 with the focus areas being ECD, Reading, and FET. The discussions also included strategies to improve Maths, Leadership in Education and Curriculum Management.

    Venue: Riverside Hotel, Durban.

    Date: 19 - 21 February 2024

    UMgungundlovu District Matric Class of 2023 NSC Examinations Excellence Awards

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education UMgungundlovu District in partnership with uMgungundlovu District Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal Christian Council and the South African Youth Council hosted an Awards Ceremony to honor learners and educators that performed well in the 2023 NSC Examinations.

    The effort and dedication of all district officials, teachers and learners ensured that the District obtained a 85,01% pass rate.

    Present at the Matric Class of 2023 NSC Examinations Excellence Awards Ceremony were, Inkosi Khethokuhle Zondi, Deputy Chairperson of uMgungundlovu District Traditional House of Leaders, Mr Muziwokuthula Zuma, District Mayor of uMgungundlovu District, Mr Thami Mbanjwa, Chief Director: Office of the HoD, Mrs Thembelihle Gumede, Chief Director: District Operations Management, Dr Ntokozo Hlongwane, author and motivational speaker, Bishop Nkosinathi Myaka, Chairperson of the KZN Christian Council, Mr Thabo Seme, Chairperson of South African Youth Council, Professor Precious Sibanda, UKZN Professor, School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Mr Themba Ndhlovu, CEO: SBD Systems and Mr Pratish Ramdas, CEO: EST Sourcing who also gave generously donated towards the event.

    Mr Sqhamo Mabinza, District Director: uMgungundlovu, "to the Class of 2023, thank you for the good work done even though there were difficult times. 2023 provided us with great quality in terms of bachelors and distinctions". The District saw an improvement of 1% in 2023.

    Mr Thami Mbanjwa who represented the Head of Department said, "As a Province we saw it coming because we had plans to ensure that we get positive results". This year KZN has set a minimum target of 90%.

    His Worship the District Mayor, Mr Muziwokuthula Zuma, shared these words with the esteemed guests, "Congratulations to the Class of 2023 we are walking tall as the district leadership because of your hard work. You need to sustain this momentum, remain one of the best performing provinces in the country".

    UMgungundlovu District has committed to a target of no less than 90%.

    Venue: Maritzburg College, Pietermaritzburg

    Date: 21 February 2024

    MEC Frazer Meets Isipingo Sports Council in the UMlazi District

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer joined Isipingo Sports Council Meeting for a meet and greet session, that took place at Windy Heights Primary School, today.

    The meeting was attended by principals of participating schools as members of the Isipingo Sports Council and the purpose was to discuss the 2024 Sporting Programmes.

    Venue: Windy Heights Primary School, in the UMlazi District

    Date: 20 February 2024

    MEC Frazer Applauds Velabahleke High School’s Matric Class of 2023

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms. Mbali Frazer, celebrated the achievements of Velabahleke High School's Matric Class of 2023 today, on 27 January 2024.

    Velabahleke High School, which is in the UMlazi District, achieved a 100% pass rate in the Academic Years 2021 and 2022. In 2023, the school not only maintained this exceptional pass rate but also enhanced the quality of the matric results, securing 213 Bachelor passes out of 254 candidates.

    Today’s event was a collaborative initiative by the Velabahleke High Foundation, the Velabahleke High School Alumni, the School Governing Body (SGB), the School Management Team, and other strategic stakeholders who provide unwavering support to the institution.

    The awards ceremony was graced by graduates who completed their Matric at Velabahleke High School. They, along with Velabahleke’s Principal, Mr Mhlongo, were adorned in their graduation gowns showcasing various hoods representing the qualifications they obtained at different tertiary institutions. The aim was to motivate the Class of 2024, who were also invited to the event.

    MEC Frazer extended her heartfelt congratulations to Velabahleke's Class of 2023 for their outstanding performance in the 2023 National Senior Certificate Examinations. She further encouraged them to persevere despite the challenges they might encounter in the future.

    "There will be challenges and mistakes along the way, but please never give up on your education and your dreams," remarked MEC Frazer.

    She also expressed gratitude to the School Management Team, the dedicated Educators from Velabahleke High School, and those from other schools who played a significant role in the success of the Class of 2023.

    "I commend all of you for going above and beyond to support our learners, even after hours and on weekends, ensuring that no child is left behind," said MEC Frazer.

    MEC Frazer joined other dignitaries in presenting awards to the top achievers of Velabahleke High School.

    Venue: Durban ICC

    Date: 27 January 2024

    MEC Frazer Introduces a Professional Design Team for Infrastructure Upgrades at Adams College

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer has today, 20 February 2024, introduced a Professional Design Team for the infrastructure upgrade at Adams College under the UMlazi District.

    Adams College is known for its rich history of producing great leaders of this country and the continent. The school hosted its 170th Anniversary Event in 2023, which was graced by the presence of the Secretary-General of the ANC, Mr Fikile Mbalula.

    While speaking at the anniversary event last year, Mr Mbalula urged the KZN Department of Education to get closer to this institution and assist with infrastructural upgrades so that the good academic performance of Adams College does not get negatively affected by infrastructural challenges.

    Today, MEC Frazer descended to Adams College and announced that the Independent Development Trust (IDT) will be the Implementing Agent for the Adams College infrastructure upgrades.

    The scope of work comprises the major refurbishment and rehabilitation of the Administration Block, Standard Classrooms, Multi-purpose Rooms, Computer Rooms, and Hostels facilities for boys and girls.

    The project will also include the construction of new fencing, relocation of sports fields and change rooms, and reticulation of water, sewer, and storm water drainage.

    This development will also include internal road and walkway reticulation, SMART Classrooms or school components, decommissioning and installation of new mechanical equipment, upgrading electrical installation and connections, upgrading firefighting equipment, compliances and all other building regulation compliances, inclusive access to all buildings and facilities as well as rehabilitation of Heritage Buildings.

    The project will be implemented in terms of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP), and job opportunities will be prioritized for the youth, women, military veterans as well as LGBTQIA+.

    Furthermore, SMMEs from the local community will benefit from this project.

    The project will provide skills development opportunities by training unskilled and semi-skilled workers throughout the project.

    “This is in line with our goals as the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education, which is to create a safe, modern, vibrant, and technologically advanced learning environment for the delivery of quality education for generations to come,” said MEC Frazer.

    The Principal of Adams College, Mr Zulu, expressed gratitude for the upgrade development announced by MEC Frazer.

    "As your principal, I pledge that the quality of the academic results at Adams College continue in its trajectory and I commit to work hard together with teachers, learners and parents to maintain the 100% pass rate and thereby, improve the results to a quality 100%," said Mr Zulu.

    Venue: Adams College, in UMlazi District.

    Date 20 February 2024

    3-Day Curriculum Management and Delivery Branch Meeting and Workshop

    Day 1 - The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's Branch: Curriculum Management and Delivery held an extended Seminar and Workshop to deliberate on Strategic Focus Areas.

    This includes Operational, Management Plans, Strategic Interventions in Support of Curriculum Implementation.

    Venue: Riverside Hotel, Durban

    Date: 19-21 February 2024

    MEC Frazer Introduced a Professional Design Team

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education Ms Mbali Frazer Introduced a Professional Design Team at Adams College today.

    Venue: Adams College.

    Date: 20 February 2024

    MEC Frazer joins Deputy Minister Mhaule in a Prayer Service for a Successful 2024 Academic Year

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer, joined by Deputy Minister for Basic Education, Dr Regina Mhaule, in a Prayer Service for the 2024 academic year, that was hosted by Anglican Church at Osizwen today, 18 February 2024, under the Amajuba District.

    The purpose of today’s prayer service was to motivate learners to believe in God and focus on their studies.

    Church Leaders collectively prayed for intellect, knowledge and wisdom on behalf of the Deputy Minister Mhaule, MEC Frazer, officials, educators as well as learners for a successful 2024 Academic Year.

    MEC Frazer expressed gratitude for the warm welcome and the Prayer Service for the 2024 Academic Year.

    “In 2023, we prayed for a peaceful and event-free Academic Year so that our learners could focus on their studies. Today, we are here in the House of God again to pray for a successful 2024 Academic Year”, said MEC Frazer.

    KwaZulu-Natal secured the second position in the 2023 NSC Examinations Results by achieving an 86.4% Pass Rate.

    Deputy Minister Mhaule attributed these results to the role played by Churches and the support received by educators and learners during the 2023 Academic Year.

    “KZN gave us the best results in 2023, and the leading districts are those in deep rural areas like UMkhanyakude District”, said Deputy Minister Mhaule.

    Venue: Anglican Church, Osizweni, in Amajuba District.

    Date: 18 February 2024

    SADTU KZN Matric Excellence Awards Ceremony 2023

    Today, SADTU KZN hosted the 7th annual Matric Excellence Awards Ceremony which took place at the Olive Convention Centre in North Beach, Durban.

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's HOD, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo delivered his Message of Support at the 7th Matric Excellence Awards Ceremony and the Keynote speaker was SADTU General Secretary, Mr Mugwena Maluleke.

    Venue: Olive Convention Centre, Durban.

    Date: 16 February 2024

    Matric Excellence Awards 2023

    The SADTU KZN 7th Matric Excellence Awards Gala Dinner took place last night at SADTU House in Durban.

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer offered her message of support at the 7th Matric Excellence Awards Gala Dinner Ceremony held in Durban last night.

    Venue: SADTU House

    Date: 15 February 2024

    Embracing Learning Through Play for ECD

    VVOB- Education for Development partners with the Department of Basic Education (DBE), the South African Council for Educators (SACE), and the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Department of Education (KZNDoE) to improve Early Grade Reading Instruction for Home Language in the Foundation Phase.

    VVOB is introducing two programmes that are aimed at empowering ECD educators and ECD learners to make it fun learning while playing.

    The EGRI Programme aims to improve the quality of early grade reading instruction in South Africa. The programme focuses on providing Continuous Professional Development (CPD) courses and resources for teachers who teach reading in the Foundation Phase, specifically Grade R-3.

    By offering accessible and practical learning materials, the EGRI Programme aims to enhance teachers' instructional practices and ultimately improve learners' reading outcomes.

    Funda Udlale Nathi, translated as "Learn and play with us" from IsiZulu, aims to strengthen the ability of ECD practitioners at national and provincial level to understand and apply play‐based pedagogies.

    The F.U.N. project is an initiative aimed at making learning fun and interactive for children using blended learning professional development approach. The project focuses on introducing playful teaching methods in schools, where educators incorporate games, activities and creative approaches to engage children in their learning processes.

    Venue: Riverside Hotel Conference Centre

    Date: 15 February 2023

    Teacher Well-being Seminar

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education together with the ILembe District hosted a Teacher Well-being Seminar today.

    The theme of the seminar was, "Educator Well-being to ensure Quality Teaching and Learning in the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education."

    Venue: Stanger High School, under the iLembe District.

    Date:15 February 2024

    World Read Aloud Day 2024

    The Ashdown Primary School in Pietermaritzburg hosted their World Read Aloud Day on Friday the 9th of February 2024 as part of the Read Aloud Month and a directive from KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education ELITS Directorate.

    All phases of the school participated and the level of reading was of an exceptional standard that exhibited diligent work conducted by the Teachers.

    The importance of reading at all levels, including at home were emphasized.

    The school also congratulated and celebrated the good news of a Learner, that was accepted at Oprah School, after a series of tests that proved she qualified for admission.

    Venue: Ashdown Primary School in the Ashdown Township in Pietermaritzburg.

    Date: 09 February 2024

    MEC Frazer Introduces Building Contractor for Ohlanga High School, Inanda, Pinetown District

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer officially introduced a building contractor for an upgrade soon to be the state-of-the-art historical institution of Ohlanga High School, under the Pinetown District.

    The construction upgrade project of Ohlanga High School will cost the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education to the tune of R127,8 Million. The construction is scheduled to run over a period of 10 months. The project will provide job creation and priority will be given to local sub-contractors owned by women, youth, disabled persons, military veterans and LGBTQ.

    The scope of work is extensive. It includes a new mechanical workshop, a multi-purpose classroom, a computer room, a team-teaching area, and new ablution facilities for both boys and girls. We will also construct a new double-story classrooms and conduct repairs on all existing classrooms. In addition, the upgrades will include extensive repairs and additions to the admin block, install perimeter fencing, and create new parking bays, an assembly area and a combi court.

    MEC Frazer announced that during the Budget Speech in April 2023, she declared that the Department will be prioritising the renovation and upgrades of Ohlange High School in the 2023/24 financial year, we are here to fulfil that commitment.

    She further stated that the construction of the new state-of-the-art Ohlange High School Site establishment has already commenced, and we want to see this project completed by 31 October 2025,” said MEC Frazer.

    Venue: Ohlanga High School, Pinetown District

    Date: 13 February 2024

    Official Hand over and Introduction of Building Contractor for Ohlange High School in Inanda

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer will Officially Introduce and Handover a Building Contractor to the community of Ohlange High School
    for a facelift in the Pinetown District.

    "The scope of work in this soon to be the state-of-the-art historical institution, includes
    an admin block, mechanical workshop, multipurpose classroom, computer room,
    double story classrooms, boys and girls ablution facilities, the repairs of all existing
    classrooms and many other amenities," said MEC Frazer.

    Ohlange High School is an institution rich in history and heritage. The school was
    founded by John Langalibalele Dube in 1901 and was the school identified by
    President Nelson Mandela as the place where he would cast his first vote.

    Venue: OHlange High School, Pinetown District

    Date: 13 February 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - NSC Examinations Excellence Awards Ceremony

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education together with Umshwathi Municipality, UMgungundlovu District hosted the Matric Class of 2023 - Excellence Awards to Top Students and Educators for their hard work and excellent achievements.

    Venue: The Breeze Inn

    Date: 09 February 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - MEC Frazer Celebrates the Sterling Performance of Ndwedwe CMC in the 2023 NSC Examinations

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer celebrated the 2023 National Senior Certificate Examinations Results for the Ndwedwe Circuit Management Centre during the Matric Excellence Awards Ceremony hosted by the Ndwedwe Local Municipality today, 09 February 2024, in the iLembe District.

    ILembe District has improved its performance in the NSC Examinations for the past three years in succession.

    The District achieved a 76% pass rate in 2021 and an 84% pass rate in 2022.

    This District surpassed all its previous records with an 88.69% pass rate in the 2023 NSC Examinations, with Ndwedwe CMC leading at a 90.52% pass rate.

    All Circuits in iLembe District have committed to work towards a minimum target of 80% for the 2024 Academic Year.

    “The performance of iLembe District is significant because, in the 2023 NSC Examinations Results, this District secured position 8 in the Top 10 Districts of South Africa”, said MEC Frazer.

    MEC Frazer congratulated all the learners for putting Ndwedwe CMC and the entire iLembe District on the national map.

    “I want you to know that your dedication, hard work, and perseverance have not gone unnoticed, and today, we celebrate your remarkable accomplishments,” remarked MEC Frazer.

    The Ndwedwe Local Municipality Mayor, Cllr SC Mfeka, announced that 50 Learners will receive full bursaries, and 70 will get registration fees for their tertiary studies.

    ILembe District Director, Dr. Madondo, and the Mayor of Ndwedwe Local Municipality, Cllr SC Mfeka, joined MEC Frazer when she handed over Awards to the Top Achievers.

    Venue: Johnny Makhathini Hall, in Ndwedwe Local Municipality

    Date: 09 February 2024

    Launch of the UMkhanyakude District 2024 Academic Improvement Plan

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education Head of Department, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo presided over the Launch of the UMkhanyakude District 2024 Academic Improvement Plan Session held at Khulani Special School under UMkhanyakude District.

    The theme is, “Working towards better learner performance.”

    Venue : Khulani Special School, UMkhanyakude District.

    Date : 09 February 2024

    Launch of the UMkhanyakude District 2024 Academic Improvement Plan

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education Head of Department, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo presided over the Launch of the UMkhanyakude District 2024 Academic Improvement Plan Session held at Khulani Special School under UMkhanyakude District.

    The theme is, “Working towards better learner performance.”

    Venue : Khulani Special School, UMkhanyakude District.

    Date : 09 February 2024

    Class of 2023 - NSC Examinations Mayoral Top Achievers Awards Ceremony

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer will be the Chief Guest of Honour at the Class of 2023 - NSC Examinations Mayoral Top Achievers Awards Ceremony, hosted by the Ndwedwe Local Municipality.

    Venue : Johnny Makhathini Hall, Ndwedwe Local Municipality.

    Date: 09 February 2024

    MEC Frazer Congratulates Harry Gwala District for their Sterling Performance in 2023 NSC Examinations

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer congratulated Officials, Educators and Learners in the Harry Gwala District for their Sterling Performance in the 2023 National Senior Certificate Examinations.

    MEC Frazer was speaking at the Matric Excellence Awards Ceremony hosted by the Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Local Municipality today, 8 February 2024, in Bulwer.

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's Harry Gwala District improved significantly by an increase of 4.6% from 82.5% in 2022 NSC Results and achieved 87.1% in the 2023 NSC Examinations.

    MEC Frazer advised Learners to choose their careers wisely and to enrol in careers that have employment opportunities.

    “We currently have a challenge of graduates who are sitting at home, including qualified teachers, because they chose to specialise in subjects that already have a surplus of educators”, said MEC Frazer.

    She added that, “If you chose to pursue your studies in education, it must be in Mathematics and Science, because these subjects have a shortage of educators”.

    MEC Frazer together with Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Local Municipality Mayor, Councillor Sindy Msomi, Deputy Mayor, Councillor Kholeka Hadebe, and Speaker, Councillor Sifiso Phoswa handed over Awards to the 2023 NSC Examinations Top Achievers in the District.

    Venue: Bulwer Community Hall

    Date: 08 February 2024

    MEC Frazer Meets with Top Management

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms. Mbali Frazer Chaired a Top Management Meeting held today, 08 February 2024, at Truro House Durban.

    Venue: MEC's Boardroom, Truro House, Durban.

    Date: 08 February 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - Excellent Achievements, and Awards Ceremony

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer together with the Minister in the Presidency responsible for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma and the Local Municipality, Harry Gwala District jointly awarded Top Students and Educators for their hard work and excellent achievements during the Matric Class of 2023 Excellence Awards Ceremony.

    Venue: Bulwer Community Hall.

    Date: 08 February 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - ILembe District Celebrates Excellence and a Significant Improvement in the 2023 NSC Examinations Results

    ILembe District obtained a 76% in 2021 and 84% in 2022. The District has improved with a significant increase of 4.2% in 2023 and achieved a 88.6% pass rate. ILembe District achieved third position in the Province. This is the highest percentage obtained in the history of the ILembe District.

    The District Director, Dr Musawenkosi Madondo was very proud to announce, that it was for the first time in the history, that the ILembe District was invited to the National Awards Ceremony and scooped 8th position Nationally.

    The ILembe District increased the number of schools that achieved a 100% pass rate to 32 schools and became the leading District in the 2023 NSC Results. The District has significantly improved and bagged to many of their first ever.

    The District Director in his Keynote Address congratulated the top achievers for their sterling performance in their 2023 NSC Examinations.

    "It is because of the hard work and the dedication of our teachers, the support of the parents that, also played a huge role.

    Our theme for 2024 is, 'Towards Excellence' because that's where we are heading as a District."

    The District Director handed over Awards to the Top Achievers in the District.

    Venue: Sibusisiwe Community Hall, Mandeni.

    Date: 07 February 2024.

    KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer Celebrates World Read Aloud Day 2024

    The MEC for Education in KwaZulu-Natal, Ms Mbali Frazer together with Members of Senior Management of the Department of Education, after a briefing session interacted with Learners in the assembly area to greet and motivated Learners on the importance of Reading.

    The Learners also provided entertainment in the form of poems and music to the VIP dignitaries.

    The second part of the programme, consisted of Learners showcasing their reading capabilities to the audience. The reading was undertaken in both English and IsiZulu. These demonstrations, as part of World Read Aloud Day 2024 were to reinforce the important of reading with understanding that will take place within the Province of KwaZulu-Natal.

    Various education stakeholders present also offered messages of support to the Learners and the public present.

    During her address to an august assembly, MEC Frazer said, "The plan is to roll out this programme to Districts and Schools until we have book clubs in every community. I envision our book clubs as inclusive spaces welcoming readers of all ages and backgrounds. It’s important to continue to invest in libraries, that must be packed with a wide variety of books. Both young and old can go to any library and borrow books of their choice free of charge."

    Furthermore MEC Frazer said, “I want to encourage you to explore the richness of literature in indigenous language, fostering a deep connection to our cultural heritage.”

    Venue: Muntuza Full Services School

    Date: 07 February 2024

    World Read Aloud Day 2024 – KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Celebration

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer celebrated World Read Aloud Day with Members of Top Management, Deputy Director-General: Corporate Services, Adv. Bheki Masuku, Educators and Learners at Muntuza Full Service School.

    The theme for 2024, “ _Discovering a Social-Emotional Lifeline Through Reading.”_

    World Book Day was created by UNESCO on 23rd April 1995 as a worldwide celebration of books and reading. World Book Day is marked in over 100 countries around the globe. The first World Book Day in the UK and Ireland took place in 1997 to encourage young people to discover the pleasure of reading.

    Reading aloud helps students learn how to use language to make sense of the world; it improves their information processing skills, vocabulary, and comprehension.

    Reading aloud targets the skills of audio learners. Research has shown that teachers who read aloud motivate students to read.

    Venue: Muntuza Full Service School.

    Date: 07 February 2024

    Mbuso Kubheka Engineering & Technology School of Excellence Stakeholders Meeting

    The Department of Education in KwaZulu-Natal under the Amajuba District will open a New Focus School, which will be the Third Focus School in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal.

    Mbuso Kubheka Engineering & Technology School of Excellence Stakeholders Meeting was Chaired by the DDG for Corporate Services Management, Advocate Bheki Masuku which was held at Huttenpark Primary School to discuss issues pertaining to the various workstreams in respect of the official opening, which is set to be the 3rd of April 2024.

    Progress reports were presented by the various workstreams.

    Amongst the workstreams that presented were: Infrastructure Facilities, ICT & IT, Human Resources Staffing, Finance, Resourcing, Funding and Services, Learner Admissions, Curriculum, Governance and Legal Services and Communication with regards to Advocacy and Publicity

    The Interim Management Structure, that will be responsible in governing Mbuso Kubheka Focus School was also introduced in the meeting.

    Venue: Huttenpark Primary School.

    Date: 05 February 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - MEC Frazer Hails uMlazi District for Significant Improvement in the 2023 NSC Examinations Results

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer has hailed educators of the uMlazi District for the significant improvement in the 2023 NSC Examinations Results.

    During her Keynote Address at the uMlazi District 2023 NSC Excellence Awards Ceremony, MEC Frazer expressed her gratitude for the efforts made by the District in providing support to educators and NSC Candidates.

    Out of 21 370 NSC Candidates, an impressive 9 636 achieved bachelor passes, making uMlazi the leading District in bachelor passes in KwaZulu-Natal.

    uMlazi is the leading District in Mathematics and Physics in the whole country. In the 2023 NSC Examinations, uMlazi increased the number of schools that achieved a 100% pass rate from 17 to 20, and those that performed at 80% and above rose from 86 to 101.

    “As the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education, we no longer aim for excellence. However, to achieve our objectives, we need uMlazi to unleash its true potential”, said MEC Frazer.

    MEC Frazer congratulated uMlazi District's Top Achievers for their sterling performance in their 2023 NSC Examinations. She warned them that as they begin to advance their studies at tertiary institutions, they must know that institutions of higher learning are a different environment from basic education.

    “Always stay focused and remember that you are there to study, pass, and pursue your dreams in the work environment. You must never allow any strange characters to defocus you on your journey”, remarked MEC Frazer.

    MEC Frazer, together with the Deputy Director-General responsible for Curriculum Development and Delivery, Mr Mbongiseni Mazibuko and the uMlazi District Director, Mrs Busi Mahlambi, handed over Awards to the Top Achievers in the District.

    Venue: Northwood Secondary School, in Durban North

    Date: 02 February 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - Top NSC Examinations Matriculants and Teachers' Excellence Awards Ceremony

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education together with the Klipriver Circuit under the uThukela District hosted an Excellence Awards Ceremony to honour its Top Matriculants and hard working Teachers.

    Venue: M.L. Sultan Primary School Hall, Ladysmith.

    Date: 01 February 2023.

    Class of 2023 - Matric Awards Ceremony

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's Mashiyamahle Secondary School hosted its Matric Awards Ceremony today, scoring a 95.6% pass in the 2023 NSC Examinations.

    Venue: Mashiyamahle Secondary School, Ndwedwe OZwathini Circuit.

    Date: 31 January 2024

    UMgungundlovu District Principals Meeting

    The UMgungundlovu District today held a Principals Meeting to give matching orders for the 2024 Academic Year.

    Having obtained 85,1% in the 2023 NSC Examinations Results, the District Director, Mr Sqhamo Mabinza, wants to ensure that all officials in the District are working towards the same goal of achieving a minimum target of 90% in the 2024 NSC Examinations.

    Welcoming principals of all schools in the District, Mr Mabinza, said, "Thank you for the work done in 2023, we are operating in the super league.

    Right now you are performing at A level. I believe there is still more we can do, in spite of the challenges we face everyday in our schools."

    The District presented a detailed report of the 2023 NSC Examinations Results and gave direction for the 2024 Academic Year in respect of non-negotiables and will ensure not to loose momentum in its drive to improve learning outcomes.

    Mrs Thembelihle Gumede, Chief Director, District Operations Management, congratulated the District for not underperforming.

    "You performed at 85,1% slightly below the provincial pass rate of 86,4%."

    The performance of the Class of 2023 is water under the bridge now. We are starting on a new page, we need to reflect on what we can improve. I want us to strive for 100%", said Mrs Gumede.

    Venue: Maritzburg College, Pietermaritzburg.

    Date: 30 January 2024

    MEC Frazer Meets Top Management

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms. Mbali Frazer convened a Top Management Meeting today, 30 January 2024, in Pietermaritzburg.

    The Top Management received and discussed reports on Admissions and Enrolment, Scholar Transport, Early Childhood Development, the National School Nutrition Programme, the State of Finances in the Department, and the Progress on Staffing of Schools.

    The meeting was attended by the Head of the Department of Education, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo, DDG Corporate Services, Adv Bheki Masuku, DDG Curriculum Management and Delivery, Mr Mbongiseni Mazibuko, DDG Institutional Development Support, Ms Weziwe Hadebe and Mr Lalsingh Rambaran, the Chief Financial Officer.

    Venue: MEC’s Boardroom, Anton Lembede Building, 247 Burger Street, Pietermaritzburg

    Date: 30 January 2024

    MEC Frazer Applauds Velabahleke High School’s Matric Class of 2023

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms. Mbali Frazer, celebrated the achievements of Velabahleke High School's Matric Class of 2023 today, on 27 January 2024.

    Velabahleke High School, which is in the UMlazi District, achieved a 100% pass rate in the Academic Years 2021 and 2022. In 2023, the school not only maintained this exceptional pass rate but also enhanced the quality of the matric results, securing 213 Bachelor passes out of 254 candidates.

    Today’s event was a collaborative initiative by the Velabahleke High Foundation, the Velabahleke High School Alumni, the School Governing Body (SGB), the School Management Team, and other strategic stakeholders who provide unwavering support to the institution.

    The awards ceremony was graced by graduates who completed their Matric at Velabahleke High School. They, along with Velabahleke’s Principal, Mr Mhlongo, were adorned in their graduation gowns showcasing various hoods representing the qualifications they obtained at different tertiary institutions. The aim was to motivate the Class of 2024, who were also invited to the event.

    MEC Frazer extended her heartfelt congratulations to Velabahleke's Class of 2023 for their outstanding performance in the 2023 National Senior Certificate Examinations. She further encouraged them to persevere despite the challenges they might encounter in the future.

    "There will be challenges and mistakes along the way, but please never give up on your education and your dreams," remarked MEC Frazer.

    She also expressed gratitude to the School Management Team, the dedicated Educators from Velabahleke High School, and those from other schools who played a significant role in the success of the Class of 2023.

    "I commend all of you for going above and beyond to support our learners, even after hours and on weekends, ensuring that no child is left behind," said MEC Frazer.

    MEC Frazer joined other dignitaries in presenting awards to the top achievers of Velabahleke High School.

    Venue: Durban ICC

    Date: 27 January 2024

    6-Days - School Functionality and School Readiness Oversight Visit and Debriefing Meeting

    The Portfolio Committee on Basic Education.

    Honourable Members of the Education Portfolio Committee together with the KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer, HOD, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo together with Senior Management Members conducted an oversight visit and Monitored School Functionality and Inspection of the School Infrastructure of Sihayo Technical School.

    During the De-brief meeting, The MEC and HOD briefed the Portfolio Committee Members on School Functionality and School Readiness in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal.

    Members of the Portfolio Committee's main focus was on the damage of School Infrastructure caused by Floods under the UThukela and UMzinyathi Districts over.

    Venue : Siyaho Technical School.

    Date : 26 January 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - Mountview Secondary School Top Achievers, Speech and Awards Ceremony

    Today, Mountview Secondary School in Verulam hosted its Top Achievers, Speech and Awards Ceremony.

    The school secured a pass rate of 92.12% pass rate, which is an increase compared to the previous year's pass rate.

    The Principal, Mr IC Govender expressed how proud he is of the Class of 2023 Matric Results.

    "These achievements we are celebrating today are a result of a deliberate and intense matching of skills, attitude and values in our Learners, that began long before Secondary School," Principal, said Mr IC Govender.

    He also thanked the teachers for working tirelessly and going the extra mile conducting morning classes, afternoon classes, intervention programmes over the weekends and vacation classes.

    Mr Muzi Mahlambi, the Head of Communication for the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education was the guest speaker.

    In his address to the Class of 2023 he motivated the Matriculants and Learners, that are still in school.

    In his address, the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education, Head of Communications, Mr Muzi Mhlambi said, "Hard work is what brought us here today and we congratulate you for putting in the time and efforts."

    He further reminded Learners, that it is important to have dreams but dreams without goals will not materialize, have a plan that will help direct you to your dreams and always be consistent.

    In conclusion Mr Mahlambi said, "Don't forget to pray, don't be too shy to pray, don't be too proud to pray, prayer changes things."

    Venue: Verulam Day Care Centre

    Date: 26 January 2024

    MEC Frazer Handed-over School Uniforms to Identified Learners in the UThukela District

    KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer handed-over school uniforms to identified learners from Bambe Primary, Mhlungwini Primary, and Mabaso Primary Schools in Ntabamhlophe, Escourt, today 26 January 2024.

    The Government of KwaZulu-Natal established means to ensure that children who come from disadvantaged backgrounds get assistance and support for their development.

    Through the Department of Social Development and SASSA, the KZN Government is helping families that cannot afford uniforms for their children. Learners who cannot afford school uniforms are identified from various schools and SASSA then buys uniforms for them.

    As part of the initiatives of the KZN Government to take care of the destitute children, MEC Frazer handed-over uniforms to 30 identified Learners from three schools to ensure that all Learners feel the same when they are at school.

    “Family conditions and challenges must never determine how a Learner looks like at school because learners must be equal, regardless of their economic background”, said MEC Frazer.

    MEC Frazer further motivated Learners and encouraged parents to give all the support to their children because they are the future of this country.

    Venue: Madazane Hall, Ntabamhlophe, in Escourt

    Date: 26 January 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - National Senior Certificate Examinations Awards Ceremony - Durban Correctional Service Area

    MEC Frazer Applauds Inmates’ Academic Excellence in the National Senior Certificate (NSC) Top Achievers Awards Ceremony in KZN

    KwaZulu-Natal Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer joined the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, Mr Ronald Lamola and Deputy Minister INkosi Phathekile Holomisa during the 2023 National Senior Certificate(NSC) Examinations Awards Ceremony at the Durban Correctional Management Area today, 23 January 2024.

    The event was attended by dignitaries from various spheres of Government including members of the KZN Legislature, Hon Vusi Dube and Hon Mondli Chiliza; Speaker of the EThekwini Municipality, Cllr Thabani Nyawose as well as the Chairperson of the KZN House of Traditional and Khoisan Leaders INkosi Sifiso Shinga.

    MEC Frazer said, “Usethubeni Youth in Pinetown District obtained a 100% pass rate in 2021, 2022 and in 2023;

    Qalakabusha Secondary in King Cetshwayo District obtained 100% pass rate in 2021, 2022 and in 2023; and

    Sicebengolwazi Secondary in Uthukela District maintained its 100% pass rate from their first cohort to sit for the NSC Examinations in 2022.

    This outstanding achievement is more than just a statistic; it reflects the dedication, hard work, and perseverance demonstrated by the inmates who refused to let adversity and past mistakes define the rest of their lives,” said MEC Frazer.

    MEC Frazer congratulated all the 2023 NSC Candidates saying they triumphed over adversity and the educators who tirelessly supported these Matriculants during their journey.

    Minister Lamola used the opportunity to encourage the learners in the Correctional Services Centre to take advantage of opportunities in vocational training.

    “It is not everyone who become successful through university, but there are opportunities available in vocational training which can provide you with very useful skills needed for you to succeed in life,” said Minister Lamola to inmates who passed their NSC Examinations.

    Top achievers for the 2023 NSC Examinations received awards for their sterling performance, with KZN recognised as the top performing Province.

    Venue: Durban Correctional Service Area

    Date: 23 January 2024

    HOD, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo visited Phoenix Secondary School in Phoenix to Access the Fire Damage

    KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education Head of Department, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo, visited Phoenix Secondary School under the Pinetown District to assess the fire damaged of the Administration Block of the school.

    Venue: Phoenix Secondary School

    Date: 22 January 2024

    HOD, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo Congratulates Dr J.L Dube High School for a 100 % Pass Rate

    Today, the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's Head of Department, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo, visited Dr J.L Dube High School in KwaMashu, under the Pinetown District to congratulate the school for obtaining a 100% pass rate and a 70% Bachelor's pass in the 2023 National Senior Certificate Examinations.

    HOD Ngcobo also monitored the on-going construction of the school.

    Venue: Dr J.L Dube High School

    Date: 22 January 2024

    Thanksgiving at Church Service

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's Head of Department, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo joined the Methodist Covenant Church Service in Tongaat in Thanksgiving for the good Matric Results in the 2023 NSC Examinations and also for a successful start of the 2024 Academic Year, Back to School.

    HOD Ngcobo appreciated the
    prayers offered by the Methodist Covenant Church on behalf of the Department of Education.

    Venue: Methodist Covenant Church

    Date: 21 January 2024

    KZN Matric Class of 2023 - NSC Examinations Release of Results and National Teaching Awards

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer was joined by the Minster of Basic Education, Ms Angie Motshekga and KZN Premier Ms Nomusa Dube-Ncube in announcing the National Senior Certificate Examinations Release of Results for the Matric Class of 2023.

    Also in attendance were Members of Parliament, the Mayor of Durban, His Worship Councillor, Thomas Mxolisi Kaunda, Teacher Unions, School Governing Body and VIPs.

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    Venue: Inkosi Albert Luthuli ICC Complex, Durban.

    Date: 19 January 2024

    KZN Matric Class of 2023 - NSC Examinations Release of Results and National Teaching Awards

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer was joined by the Minster of Basic Education, Ms Angie Motshekga and KZN Premier Ms Nomusa Dube-Ncube in announcing the National Senior Certificate Examinations Release of Results for the Matric Class of 2023.

    Also in attendance were Members of Parliament, the Mayor of Durban, His Worship Councillor, Thomas Mxolisi Kaunda, Teacher Unions, School Governing Body and VIPs.

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    Venue: Inkosi Albert Luthuli ICC Complex, Durban.

    Date: 19 January 2024

    Breakfast Meeting with the Matric Class of 2023 Top Achievers Nationally

    The Minister of Basic Education, Mrs Angie Motshekga and Deputy Minister, Dr Reginah Mhaule hosted a Breakfast Meeting with the Matric Class of 2023 Top Achievers across all Nine Provinces.

    Venue : MTN Innovation Centre, Randburg

    Date : 18 January 2024

    MEC Frazer meets Premier Dube-Ncube over 2023 NSC Examinations

    KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer together with HOD, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo and Chief Director for Examinations, Dr Ray Penniston met the Premier of KwaZulu-Natal Ms Nomusa Dube-Ncube today, 18 January 2023 in Durban.

    The meeting discussed Matric Class of 2023 NSC Examinations Release of Results Awards Ceremony and the National Teaching Awards.

    Venue: Office of the Premier, The Marine Building in Durban.

    Date: 18 January 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - NSC Examinations Release of Results and Awards Ceremony: Plenary Meeting

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education is underway with the preparations of the National Senior Certificate Examinations Release of Results and Awards Ceremony to take place on Friday, 19 January 2024.

    The Plenary Meeting was chaired by the Head of Department, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo.

    Joining the HOD was DDG Corporate Services: Adv Bheki Masuku, the DDG: Curriculum Management and Delivery, Mr Mbongiseni Mazibuko, Chief Director: Provincial Examinations: Dr RC Penniston, HOC: Mr Muzi Mhlambi and Department Officials.

    Venue : Nkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre (ICC)

    Date : 17 January 2024

    Back to School 2024 - MEC Frazer Monitoring the First Day of School

    The MEC for Education in KwaZulu-Natal, Ms Mbali Frazer monitored the First Day of the 2024 Academic Year at Lalelani Primary School, under the Pinetown District.

    The MEC Frazer was pleased to note that all systems are in place to ensure the smooth start to the 2024 Academic Year.

    "Before the end of 2023 we ensured that LTSM is delivered to all our schools across the Province and we are happy to see that learners have received their textbooks and stationary.

    I am also pleased to note that, it is all systems go, when it comes to the National School Nutrition Programme as well as Learner Admission”, said MEC Frazer.

    Venue: Lalelani Primary School, Ntshongweni, Pinetown.

    Date: 17 January 2024

    Matric Class of 2023 - NSC Examinations Release of Results Plenary Meeting

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education is underway with the preparations of the National Senior Certificate Examinations Release of Results and Awards Ceremony to take please on Friday, 19 January 2024.

    Venue : Nkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre (ICC)

    Date : 16 January 2024

    MEC Frazer Chaired Top Management Meeting

    Today, the KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Ms Mbali Frazer held a Meeting with Top Management at Anton Lembede Building, PMB.

    Venue: Anton Lembede Building, 247 Burger Street, Pietermaritzburg.

    Date:16 January 2024

    2-Day Chief Directorate: District Operations Management Strategic Planning Session - Day 2

    Day-2 kicked off with break away session on reflections

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's Branch: Institutional Development Support is hosted a 2-Day Strategic Planning Session with the 12 District Directors and CES in the GET Band to tackle and develop new strategies and plans for the New Academic Year 2024.

    Day 2 - Focused more on commissions:

    Commission 1 discussed Planning, Leadership Management & Governance;

    Commission 2 discussed Curriculum Delivery Management;

    Commission 3 discussed Provision and Management of Resources; and

    Commission 4 discussed School Functionality Monitoring and Adjustment and Alignment of tools.

    Venue : Anton Lembede Academy, La Mercy, North of Durban.

    Date : 11-12 January 2024

    2-Day Chief Directorate: District Operations Management Strategic Planning Session - Day 1

    Day-1 The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's Branch: Institutional Development and Support held a Strategic Planning Session with the aim of charting a way foward as the 2024 Academic Year begins.

    The Strategic Planning Session was attended by Members of Top Management, Head Office SMS Members, the 12 District Directors and three CESs per District (GET, FET, CMC and Head Office).

    During the presentations, there were discussions held on the challenges and critical issues affecting the operations and functionality of districts as the new academic year begins.

    The purpose of the Two-day Strategic Planning Session was outlined by the DDG: IDS, Mrs Weziwe Hadebe.

    "This is a new academic year that should be characterized by renewed vigor, hard work, dedication and enthusiasm that will ensure that the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education continues to ride on the wave of success that will set KZN apart from all other provinces," said DDG: IDS, Mrs Weziwe Hadebe.

    The Programme Director, in her remarks said, "please allow me to delve into why we all had to gather here today and tomorrow.

    Firstly, it is a no brainer that as professionals, we ought to strategically plan before we embark on any task. It is our view that to be able to start the year on a positive note, we need to plan in advance, before we even start doing that which we are supposed to do."

    The HOD, Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo, in his address appreciated the invite that was accorded to him as it provides him with a good opportunity to meet with all the District Directors in one place.

    He then asserted that this Strategic Planning Session should reflect on how the Department is managing the operations of its districts.

    He succinctly articulated points he wanted the districts to know from him as the Accounting Officer of the KZN Department of Education.

    He further stated that this Strategic Planning Session created a platform for reflecting and hitting the ground running and keeping the eyes firmly on the prize, which is the provision of quality and accessible education and placing a learner in the centre of all the Department's activities.

    Venue : Anton Lembede Academy

    Date : 11-12 January 2024

    3-Day uMlazi District Strategic Planning Session - Day 3

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's uMlazi District is hosting a 3- Day Strategic Planning Session to tackle and develop new strategies and plans for the New Academic Year 2024.

    Day 3 – uMlazi District Manco focused on the 2024 Draft Calendar, District Action Plan, Alignment of Programmes, Implementation Reports and Performance Management.

    The 3-Day uMlazi District Strategic Planning Session was a huge success.

    Venue : Northlands Primary School, Durban.

    Date : 08 - 10 January 2024

    3-Day uMlazi District Strategic Planning Session - Day 2

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's uMlazi District is hosting a 3- Day Strategic Planning Session to tackle and develop new strategies and plans for the New Academic Year 2024.

    Day 2 - Focused on Four Commissions, namely:

    Commission 1 discussed Planning, Leadership Management & Governance;

    Commission 2 discussed Curriculum Delivery Management;

    Commission 3 discussed Provision and Management of Resources; and

    Commission 4 discussed School Functionality Monitoring and Adjustment and Alignment of tools.

    Venue : Northlands Primary School, Durban.

    Date : 08 - 10 January 2024

    3-Day uMlazi District Strategic Planning Session - Day 1

    The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education's uMlazi District is hosting a 3- Day Strategic Planning Session to tackle and develop new strategies and plans for the New Academic Year 2024.

    Day 1 - The purpose of the Strategic Session is for the uMlazi District Team to put together proper plans, assign tasks accordingly and make important decisions.

    The planning session also focused on the District's goals - Setting timelines for the new Academic Year, 2024.

    The session is also to assess and evaluate goals that were set in the previous year and to plan, strategize and bring in new perspectives for the current academic year.

    'Setting goals is the first step in turning what is invisible to be visible' by Tony Robins, said Mrs Mahlambi, the District Director for uMlazi in her welcome address.

    She also emphasized the importance of setting goals that needs to be achieved.

    The session focused more on topics such as Planning, Leadership Management & Governance, Curriculum Delivery Management, Provision and Management of Resources and School Functionality Monitoring and Adjustment and Alignment of tools.

    Mr Nkosinathi Ngcobo, the HoD in his remarks appreciated the leadership of uMlazi on a good head start, hitting the ground while running and keeping the eyes firmly to the prize which is the provision of quality and accessible education.

    Venue : Northlands Primary School, Durban.

    Date : 08 - 10 January 2024

    Matric Results Announcement

    Save the date for the all important KwaZulu-Natal class of 2023 Matric results announcement on Friday, 19 January 2024.

    The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education Ms Mbali Frazer will deliver a report on how the KwaZulu-Natal Matric class of 2023 performed during the National Senior Certificate Examinations.

    Details on how to catch the announcement will be communicated in due course.

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