Ayanda Hlabisa visited Malabela H.School DPWC

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Ayanda Hlabisa our publicist with Malabela H.School learners

Ayanda Hlabisa, our publicist, made a successful trip to Hluhluwe where he visited the Malabela High Dancing Pencils Writing Club. Mr David Thwala, Deputy Principal, kindly picked him up in Hluhluwe town and drove him the 27 ks to the deep rural high school. His visit was to give the school a gift of more than 100 umSinsi books to inspire reading and writing in the club. It was a happy time for all!

Malabela High School Dancing Pencils Writing club, in deep rural Hluhluwe, was happy to receive a box of more than 100 umsinsi books from publicist Ayanda Hlabisa when he visited the school yesterday and shared a small conversation with learners asking them how’s their writing so far and they insisted they finds it easy and interesting unlike before. This is very interesting because very soon we’d be working closely with the district municipality youth and programs official to collectively assist literacy rate with uMkhanyakude district, however, sponsorship remains our major concern. We kindly asking for any kind of help especial sponsorship’s for school training’s and books sponsorship for rural kids to equip themselves through reading which develops the writing ability and self-confidence.

This will stimulate reading and writing and Maputaland 107.6 FM interviewed the publicist and school deputy principal Mr David Twala.

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2 Responses to “Ayanda Hlabisa visited Malabela H.School DPWC”

  1. Siboniso Ngcobo

    Aug 05. 2017

    I really want this project to take over Hluhluwe it is one that is so essential to the youth and community at large I am a deputy Chairperson of ward 5 under big 5 Hlabisa municipalities but I’m originally from the queensburgh district as I did my high school in Queensburgh High school please Ayanda do give me a call 0606182138 Siboniso Ngcobo.

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  2. Ayanda Hlabisa

    Aug 10. 2017

    Thanks, it is all possible. So long we can work together and invite local businesses to support the project. I will call you Mapholoba.

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