Govt promises Kgalagadi South residents developments

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President Ian Khama has told the residents of Tsabong that government has finalised plans to transform Tsabong Junior Secondary School into a unified secondary school which will facilitate the enrollment of senior secondary students from next year. Khama was speaking during during a Kgotla meeting held in the village.

He further told residents that the whole process  where he informed residents about the curriculum and infrastructure design of the school will commence later this year. Khama was responding to Kgosi Seetelo II Toto who in his welcome remarks briefed the president about their development pleas which haven't been attended to.
He noted that one was the need to have a secondary school in the district.

Macha Senior Secondary School caters for children from as far away as Bokspits, Rappelspan, Vaalhoek, Struizendam (BORAVEST) villages and this has impacted negatively on the welfare of learners who are forced to travel long distances to get to school, Toto pointed out.Tsabong West Village Development Committee (VDC) Chairperson Wilpard Kapeko had raised concern that the water tariffs are too high compared to when Water Affairs was still at the helm of matters.

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