MOKGOLOBOTO-Earlier this morning, a young guy gave a grade 5 student from Sebone Primary School in Mokgoloboto Greater Tzaneen a full, warm uniform. The kid, who is reportedly living with his unemployed father, was seen by the good Samaritan leaving for school without any warm clothing. Tsietsi Sebela, a resident of Mentz in the Capricorn District, decided to accompany the student to his school to collect the measurements for his uniform. A class teacher intervened to offer help. To the surprise of the teachers and observers, Sebela provided a whole school outfit for the student today at the school.
He said that no student should ever feel less than their peers because of their school attire. The future leaders of our beloved Anlo District and the nation as a whole are these students, who I describe as intelligent but in need, and it is an enormous honor for me to step in for them, he continued. Additionally, Mr. Kporxa said that more students this time than in past years benefited from their supports. He pledged that his organization would continue to assist efforts to reduce and end school dropout among enrolled students.
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