AN important career exhibition covering six high schools in the Maloumvini and Msakhabeleni areas was held on 28 July at Isibila Primary School, organised by the Inadi branch of the ANC Youth League. Grade 9 pupils were there and received assistance to decide on what subjects they should choose in Grade 10 bearing their future careers in mind. Grade 12 pupils benefitted from the advice of the institutions present - DUT, UKZN, Unisa, MUT and Udondolo Co-operative. Inadi ANCYL chairperson Sifiso Masikane told the Greytown Gazette that it had been a very positive event for the future education and progress of the pupils and thanked Councillor M.D. Khanyile, Umvoti Municipality, local tuck shops and individuals who had all contributed to the positive outcome of the day.
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