May 28, 2024
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Mobile Classrooms for Ratseke primary school

Ratseke Primary

The condition Ratseke Primary school situated in the heart of Bolobedu, Greater Letaba is, has been heartbreaking and tormenting for parents who feel the government has neglected the children and blocked their right to education.

The school has been on the headlines, with the community of Greater Letaba on May 16, burning six mobile classrooms, government has sent through more mobile classrooms and have also promised they have the school placed on their priority list for infrastructure development projects, according to Limpopo department of education spokesperson Tidimalo Chuene.

“The construction project is planned for the current financial year, 2022/23. “We are already advertising for the erection of a fence,” said Chuene.

Mobile classrooms for Ratseke Primary

Chuene informed that a site is put aside for a new school to combine Ratseke and Mahekgwe schools, with new buildings will include classrooms for Grade R facilities, a small administration block, a fence and water and sanitation facilities. She mentioned the action taken by the community “is disappointing” as the department had “engaged them in progress towards building the school”. She urged people with information about the burning of the classes to report it to the police.

In the meantime, the public is also urging that the government stick to their promise and work on time with no excuse that will further rage the community of Greater Letaba.