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2015-11-18 06:00
Some of the Grade R graduates.

Some of the Grade R graduates.

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ON Thursday 22 October Tholinhlanhla Full-Service Primary School held a Grade R graduation ceremony for more than the 100 youngsters.

On Thursday 29 October, Grade 7 pupils held an important event - Career Dress-up Day - when pupils displayed various uniforms worn by professionals.
There were radiographers, social workers, pharmacy assistants, nurses, EMRS, correctional services and many others who honoured this day by giving information about their careers.

The aim of this event was to empower pupils­ with knowledge to make good decisions regarding career choices.
Sithembiso Bhengu from Inhlangano YoMphakathi Okhathazekile delivered a speech testifying about his experience on using drugs and how he repented.

The school would like to thank Grade R pupil parents, Mrs. P.P. Mkhize (school councillor) and stakeholders for the support. - Media committee.

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