African National Congress (ANC) President Cyril Ramaphosa has handed over 300 tablets to learners from Thahameso and Mohaladitwe secondary schools in QwaQwa in the Free State.
This comes after he addressed first time voters, learners and students at Charles Mopeli stadium. Other schools across the province will also get tablets.
Ramaphosa has also urged first time voters to turnout in their numbers during next month’s general election.
Earlier, Ramaphosa assured QwaQwa communities that the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) will leave no stone unturned in exposing those involved in collapsing the Maluti-A-Phofung Municipality.
He says SIU’s probe into the municipality is continuing. He also told the community that 16 expelled councillors will continue campaigning for the ANC until the party’s National Executive Committee resolves the matter.
Not all of you are going to study at universities. Some will study at colleges, which is fantastic because you'll be taught different skills which you'll use to make a living for yourselves" President Cyril Ramaphosa addressing Grade 12 pupils at Phuthaditjhaba. pic.twitter.com/ffgltC6dEs
— FS Government (@fsgov) April 6, 2019
Comrade President, @CyrilRamaphosa in his capacity as the Head of State just concluded a Free State Government event of handing over digital equipments to Schools in Qwaqwa Free State. pic.twitter.com/QwUO7DT2lv
— #GrowSouthAfrica (@MYANC) April 6, 2019
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