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2018 Fezile Dabi District Infrastructure Launch

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Matlwangtlwang Secondary received a Science Laboratory Bodibeng Secondary received a Computer Laboratory

The Japanese Embassy in South Africa Invests in a Primary School

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2018 – Mpolokeng Primary School received 4 newly built classrooms

2018 Fezile Dabi District Infrastructure Launch

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Phephetso Secondary School received a renovated Computer Lab Reitumela Primary School received a renovated Library and building of Eating area SHS Mafube Primary School received two newly built Classrooms

2018 Nelson Mandela Day Motheo

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KST’s Motheo district office spend Mandela day planting trees and painting classrooms in partnership with the Free State Department of Education

2018 Nelson Mandela Fezile Dabi

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KST’s Fezile Dabi district office contributed vouchers towards the purchasing of tracksuits, school shoes, jerseys, shirts and tunics to 20 learners at Phirihadi Primary School. And also spent the day cleaning classrooms.

Fezile Dabi Well Done Function - 2018 NSC Results

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District Director, Circuit Managers, Principals, Educators, Subject Advisors, honoured and congratulated for their hard work and contribution in making the Fezile Dabi district the best performing district nationally with average of 92.3% pass mark an improvement of 2.1% from 90.2% in 2017.

KST Infrastructure Launch

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On the 7th of February 2015, KST together with the Free State Department of Education, held an Infrastructure Launch event in Kroonstad, Free State. The launch was attended by Deputy President of South Africa (now the President) and Shanduka Foundation (now known as Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation) Chairman, Cyril Ramaphosa, Free State Education MEC Tate Makgoe, Kagiso Trust Chairman Reverend Frank Chikane, and a number of other dignitaries, partners and education experts.

KST Eye Screening

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KST hosted the Eye screening and testing event at Ntsoanatsatsi Primary School in Viljoenskroon. Learners who had difficulty with their eye sight from Ntsoanantsatsi Primary School, Mahlabatheng Primary School and DR Sello Primary School received spectacles.