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Mr ME Mthimkhulu, MPL
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To deepen democracy and activism in KwaZulu-Natal through robust oversight, effective public participation and efficient lawmaking.

 
 
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OPENING OF THE KZN LEGISLATURE

KwaZulu-Natal Legislature was opened on Tuesday, 04 March 2014.

Speaker of KZN Legislature handing over school uniforms King Goodwill Zwelithini, Premier ES Mchunu, the Speaker and Deputy Speaker

Speaker of KZN Legislature handing over school uniforms King Goodwill Zwelithini, Kzn Premier and KZN Cabinet, Speaker of KZN Legislature and Members of the Provinvial Legislature at the 2014 Opening of KwaZulu-Natal Legislature






KZN LEGISLATURE SPEAKER HANDS OVER 128 SCHOOL UNIFORMS TO A RURAL SCHOOL IN NDWEDWE

KwaZulu-Natal Legislature Speaker Lydia Johnson yesterday handed over 128 school uniforms to learners of Ezimpondweni Primary School in Ndwedwe, north of Durban.

The school is situated in a remote rural village in Ndwedwe where poverty levels are very high. Of the 148 learners, 128 received school uniforms through Speaker’s Social Responsibility Programme.

Speaker of KZN Legislature handing over school uniforms Speaker of KZN Legislature, Hon. Lydia Johnson with pupils of Ezimpondweni Primary School in Ndwedwe and their parents after handing over 128 school uniforms to the learners of this school on Tuesday 18 January 2014. Speaker’s Social Responsibility is an initiative of KZN Legislature Speakership with which she helps communities that are in dire need of certain services.

It has made a number of interventions throughout the province including the distribution of hundreds of mobile science kits, mobile libraries to schools, and seeds and agricultural implements to scores of women controlled co-operatives in rural areas. Read more

School Functionality Monitoring Programme 2014 Members of the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature under the leadership of the Speaker, Hon. Lydia Johnson, visited public schools throughout the province to monitor the level of readiness by both educators and learners from the 15-16 January 2014 and to ensure that teaching and learning take place on the first day of the school year. This is part of their oversight role to ensure that there is delivery of quality education in KwaZulu-Natal.

Speaker of KZN Legislature Hon. Lydia Johnson with the MEC of Health Dr. Sbongiseni Dhlomo and the Deputy Principal of Zibambeleni High School at Osizweni (Newcastle) having a walk-about on school's premises to inspect the physical condition of the school.   

Deputy Speaker of KZN Legislature, Hon. Mtholephi Mthimkhulu, welcomed by the Principal of Mayville High School, Mr Bhengu on the first day of the opening of schools in KwaZulu-Natal.

 

 

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