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Stationary donated by Goldwagen Witbank

Grade 1’s at Mogalitwa School receives stationary

The owner of Goldwagen Witbank, Jaco Stapelberg and his personnel donated stationary to 100 Grade 1 learners at Mogalitwa Primary School on the 17th March 2021.

Mogalitwa Primary School started out as a farm school with learners from the rural, farming areas, Klarinet Extensions and the MNS Informal Settlement attending.  The school was initially housed in containers and some classes even under trees.

The school moved to Klarinet X6 in 2017 when RDP houses were built in the area.  New school buildings, including classrooms and ablution facilities were completed in 2019.  Currently new classrooms are being added to the school infrastructure.  The school received water, electricity and new furniture in 2019.

Klarinet X6 falls within the demarcated work-area of Rata Social Services Witbank.  The school was identified by Rata and the social worker and social auxiliary worker assisted with delivering the much needed donation to the school.

The Principal and Grade 1 teachers expressed their appreciation towards Goldwagen and Rata Social Services.

The management and personnel of Rata Social Services owe a big thank you to Jaco and every personnel member of Goldwagen for their generosity

towards the community.  Thank you very much.

René Erasmus
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