Tuesday, 28 July 2020

TETA Adopted Schools in KZN to Get COVID-19 PPE and Tablets

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TETA Adopted Schools in KZN to Get COVID-19 PPE and Tablets

On 05 and 06 August 2020, Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) CEO, Maphefo Anno-Frempong, will visit adopted schools in Kwa-Zulu Natal to support their efforts to comply with COVID-19 health and safety guidelines as set by the Department of Basic Education. 

The identified schools are Vuleka School for the Deaf, Matshelekwane Secondary School and Inkosi Lubhoko High School. These are three of 57 schools adopted by TETA across the country. These adopted schools enjoy support from TETA in the form of teacher capacitation, learning resources, career guidance and STEM subject’s extra classes. In addition to the handover of tablets to support digital learning for impoverished schools, the CEO will handover other personal protection equipment to the learners, including PPE suitable for learners with hearing impairments.

“It is enshrined in our constitution that every member of our society has the right to education. We will be supporting all our adopted schools across the country to ensure that no child is left behind educationally during this trying time of the pandemic”, said TETA CEO Maphefo Anno-Frempong. 

Handover details are as follows:

Date: 5 August 2020

Time: 10:00 am

Venue: Vuleka School for the Deaf

Date: 6 August 2020

Time: 10:00 am

Venue: Matshelekwane Secondary School 

To assist the schools to comply with the government’s gathering regulation of less than 50 persons, members of the media wishing to attend this event are kindly requested to RSVP at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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