Coding, robotics equipment given to four KZN schools

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Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande ( in the middle), at Jabula Combined School in the Midlands where science and innovation learning tools were handed out.
Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande ( in the middle), at Jabula Combined School in the Midlands where science and innovation learning tools were handed out.

Pupils from disadvantaged schools in the Midlands and Umlazi will now learn coding and robotics.

This is through a project by the department of higher education in partnership with the Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT).

On Thursday, the minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Blade Nzimande, and officials from MUT handed over science and innovation learning tools to four selected schools; Jabula Combined School, Crystal Springs Primary School, Asithuthuke Combined School and Ingelosi Primary School in Umlazi outside Durban.

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