On a beautiful morning, on Monday the 17th February 2020 the headmaster of Moshia Secondary School, in the village of Alma in Vaalwater, Limpopo Province in South Africa opened the school gates and welcomed his pupils and invited guests to celebrate the upgrade the school that he is in unofficially in charge of.
In 2019 Mr Rajah Desraj from Shambala Private Game Reserve made a firm commitment to upgrading the school premises after visiting the school with the EMS Foundation representatives to deliver TUTU DESKS.
A team from Shambala and two parents of pupils at the school set to work to begin the transformation process. The project was funded by Shambala Private Game Reserve and the EMS Foundation. The management team from Shambala and two parents of pupils at the school carried out all the hard work and managed the project.
The pupils receiving inspiring words from their headmaster Mr Setu. Mayor Marlene van Staden congratulated the grade 12 pupils from 2019 who achieved a 100% pass rate. Moshia Secondary School was the only school in the municipality to receive these incredible results. One of the pupils received six distinctions.
The Founder of the EMS Foundation Mrs Elizabeth Steyn reminded the pupils that they are the future of our beloved country and that there would always be someone interested in them and someone to watch over them. Director of the EMS Foundation congratulated everyone and handed out gifts of appreciation to the team.
A very exciting announcement was made that a vegetable garden would soon be introduced at the school.
Mr Rajah Desraj reminded the pupils of the great words of President Nelson Mandela. He congratulated everyone for their very hard work.
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