Education in Masiphumelele

Today I would pick up Education as issue in this community. Masiphumelele has one primary school, Ukhanyo Primary School and one high school, Masiphumelele High School. Both schools are doing their level best to produce the best quality learners for the community. Both schools are experiencing overcrowding. Each school is running well over 1300 learners with average of 50 learn...
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Introducing Precious Mzuvukile- New Contributor to Cape Point Chronicle

As a way of starting to inform your audience about myself and Masiphumelele community; I am a resident and a community leader in Masiphumelele. To be a community leader in Masiphumelele means you are leading in organizing the community settlement, community welfare issues, socio-economic issues and educational issues. My leadership role also comes in during times of disasters; ...
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Postcards from Masiphumelele

A New Contributor Joins Cape Point Chronicle On the Cape Point Peninsula there are two very distinct levels to our society, and although they are separated by nothing more than a road or two, they may as well be the dark side of the moon. These two sides are typically the 'haves' and 'have-nots'. There may be shades of grey here and there, but it seems to me that in the are...
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