Pics: Inside KZN's R252m state-of-the-art maths and science school
By Modumo | self meida writer
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The first group of grade 8 learners started this morning, Monday, 15 February 2021.
The KwaZulu-Natal province has taken a step further in the digital revolution with the official launch of a R252-million mathematics, science and technology school.
The school named after the ANC and South African liberation Struggle stalwart, was built over the course of five years with an R252 million budget. According to reports, the school will host up to 600 learners.
It has three computer labs, a library, and a specialist room.
KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala, was there for the official opening of the school. He said that it is a good thing that KZN is moving in a right direction in building future innovators.
How much will the fees cost
According to the IOL website, it will cost about R42,400 for a student to study during the 2021 academic year. However, for those who qualify to toll in but cannot afford, the province will offer bursaries.
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