Ngware's 20 year struggle for a Junior School

The people of Ngware and surrounding villages' battle with the government over the construction of a junior secondary school has been running for 20 years and the fatigued villagers have nothing to show except broken promises by amongst others, the then vice president (VP) Mokgweetsi Masisi.

Going into the Ngware by-elections following a tie between Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) and Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) at the national elections, Masisi made a promise before a highly attended rally that the school was in the government plans.

The next day, the state owned Daily News, dated January 27, 2015 ran a headline: Ngware JSS on the Cards.

Editor's Comment
A step in the right direction

That is indeed a welcome development, especially looking at the fact that the manual way of doing things is slowly disappearing and competency in the use of computers and other digital gadgets has become a must.The simple way of looking at it is just an example that almost all companies have gone completely digital and school leavers will be better placed after leaving school, because they will already be familiar with the use of computers.The...

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