Mpumalanga MEC announces R935m plan for new schools, classrooms

Mpumalanga MEC announces R935m plan for new schools, classrooms

8.8.2019

Mpumalanga MEC announces R935m plan for new schools, classrooms

Two new schools will be built in the Mbombela, while three primary schools will also get extra classrooms.

The department will also be building a school specifically for the deaf and blind, with Majuba saying a site had been acquired in Mbombela. The two sites for the new schools are yet to be announced, said department spokesperson Jasper Zwane.

In Middelburg, in the Steve Tshwete municipality, the construction of Aerorand Primary School will be completed in December and it will open its doors in 2020.

The Department of Public Works Roads and Transport will be the implementing agent of all these projects.

Read more: The Citizen News

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