Diplomats and Vodacom contribute to improving school results

30 April 2021

Bokamosa High School in Tshwane North District hosted an awards ceremony for their teachers and staff for their integral role in the increase of the pass rate to 94% in 2020. The school underwent an improvement, from less than 50% a few years ago, when Ms S Madumo took over as principal. The school with limited resources and in an underprivileged community of Stinkwater took 2nd place in top performing township schools in the Tshwane North District.

Principal Madumo awarded certificates and handed gifts to her fellow colleagues as recognition for their commitment, dedication and belief in team work and achieving outstanding success.

Hallelujah! Hallelujah resonated through the hall in The Capital Hotel in Menlyn Main, Tshwane the capital of South Africa. The black and gold themed event was sparkling with hope during a global viral pandemic as it obeyed the Covid-19 protocols of mask wearing, registration, temperature checks, hand sanitizing and a physical distancing quota of 50 people. The occasion was amplified by the fact that these results were achieved in spite of all the challenges including a corona virus that requires behavioural and life style changes to control and contain the viral spread.

The school, in partnership with Mr Sello Motsei, Director at Kgwebong, an education and training platform, also awarded certificates of appreciation to their social partners for their support. Mr Abdul Gafur from the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia and Mr Ahmad Ali Mohsenzadeh of the Islamic Republic of Iran received acknowledgement for their ongoing support. Ms Beulah Mkhise of Vodacom was acknowledged for its social enterprise input. Bethuel Hamane captured the audio visuals and Romeo Chueu of Dj BigRome provided the sound.

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