‘A Visionary Walk’, makes it possible for Lucky Mhlungu to share valuable coping skills with many more young people than he could ever reach as an educator.
Dr Piet Hancke passed away unexpectedly in Brooks, Alberta, at the age of 64 years.
Her Masters Degree (MED) in Educational Planning and Administration was completed at UNIZULU (Ungoye) in 2011, and pursuant conferment of Doctor of Education in Inclusive Education at UNISA in 2017.
Bongani’s training regimen involves running 30km every day from his home, in Hlobane, to work in Vryheid’s central residential area, where he is known to be, “an excellent gardener.”
Last Wednesday evening, former State Prosecutor, Gerrie Nel, offered locals a deeper insight into the workings of one of South Africa’s most brilliant and respected legal minds.
Relying on his mother’s salary as a domestic worker and his grandmother’s monthly pension, Siyaya never gave up, despite the initial setbacks.
He said discipline propelled him to achieve great marks, not only at the university, but also in matric, where he obtained seven distinctions.
The hall at the NG Moedergemeente (Klipkerk) is sure to be packed on the evening of the visit and members of the community are invited to attend this prestigious opportunity to meet the man who has now opened an office for private prosecutions for AfriForum.
Three generations, stuck at home, unable to apply for anything, not even a basic education.
When it was his time to go, he went in peace, saying, “I am going home.”
This Mothers’ Day, the Vryheid Herald team paid tribute to Cindy, and all the mums like her, who have the patience, kindness, perseverance, tolerance, understanding, compassion and humility to love and care for a child with special needs.