The president of South Africa is a busy man. He has back to back schedules and cannot afford to miss any of them. He has been all over the place in recent days. He single handedly carried South Africa and accomplished his presidential duties without any hesitation. Ramaphosa had a meeting over the past weekend with one of his ministers. It was an important session to never miss and he did not disappoint. It shows how carrying he is towards the South African education system and credit should be given where it is due. Ramaphosa was leading the charge at the National Teaching Awards. He looked delighted to be part of the award ceremony, ready to congratulate those who were accoladed for their hard work.
The South African president was spotted enjoying a table with his minister of Education, Angie Motshekga. They looked to be in a happy mood and ready to continue with the function. It shows the importance of this ceremony, with the presence of the presence.
As the globe celebrates World Teachers' Day, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga praised and congratulated teachers for their tenacity, courage, and commitment to their jobs, despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Since 1994, World Teachers' Day has been held on the 5th of October to mark the approval of the 1966 International Labour Organization recommendation on the status of teachers.
The day is part of a larger effort to enhance awareness, knowledge, and respect for the critical role that teachers play in education and development. "The past year has been an extraordinarily trying time for our teachers, therefore I'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate all of you, our teachers, for your perseverance, fortitude, and dedication to your profession in the face of really challenging conditions, primarily COVID-19," Motshekga stated.
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