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Palesa Dlamini
Multimedia Journalist at City Press. Wits student journalist. Wits Vuvuzela. Optimist...Wits degree holder.A work in progress,still learning.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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Lesufi:We have a plan and the plan is to have safe schools in Gauteng.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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Lesufi:We have taken the decision to borrow R8.5millikn from the market. By 2023 all mobile schools will be history.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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Lesufi says his department is aware that there are almost 190 schools that are death traps and action must be taken immediately.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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Lesufi:Our school infrastructure is falling apart and failing us.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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MEC for education Panyaza Lesufi asks guests to stand to observe a moment of silence for learners who have passed on recently
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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Gauteng education department head, Edward Mosuwe apologises for the delay. .
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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Mosuwe:The MEC called this meeting so all of us, as a collective, can discuss and deliberate about challenges our schools are facing.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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Guests wait patiently for the meeting to begin as it has been delayed. The meeting was set to start at 6pm.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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Guests include school governing body associations, principals and learner representatives
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
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The meeting is to discuss infrastructure and maintenance challenges in schools across Gauteng.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 14
Guests have started filling Rhema Bible Church for MEC Panyaza Lesufi's stakeholder meeting.
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City Press Feb 13
ICYMI: captured the student protests which took place at Wits University last week.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 10
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We are in love chief
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 9
Fire front page picture.Nicely done
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City Press Feb 8
DUT Vice-Chancellor Thandwa Mthembu says that security officials are allowed to carry guns on campus ‘for students’ safety’. By
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 7
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students are not backing down but neither is security.Students have started singing at the doors of the great hall
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 7
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As it starts to rain students want to be let into the building but security stands firmly infront of them
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 7
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Mbolekwa talks to students.She says they have been here since 5am
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 7
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Mbolekwa to students: It's true that management has been taking us for a ride but your anger is misdirected.We are on this journey with you.
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Palesa Dlamini Feb 7
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student say management should be addressing them already because they know what their demands are.
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