MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: Oupa Matla Foundation at the beginning of the year visited Danville Secondary School as part of its On Your Mark (OYM) programme. During our visit at the school we discovered that the school was identified as the so called “trapped school” because of its 37% pass rate for 2018 matric results.
Read more in our 08 March 2019 edition.
To read the full story, read our 01 March 2019 issue.
MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: Oupa Matla Foundation has broken a record of registering over 35 students at NWU and with only five remaining to be registered waving to a total number of 40 students in the year 2019.
To read the full story, read our 15 February 2019 issue.
FM Ramabowa Secondary School in Itsoseng received a Combi Kit and Combi Court Sports facility built by 360 Degree Tech and Supplies recently. The combi court facility hosts four sporting codes including Netball, Basketball, Tennis as well as Volleyball.
The School Governing Body (SGB) together with school management expressed their excitement towards a successful project saying the it would help develop the school’s sporting code.