iSpani Hustlers know all about the PPP, Pressa, Pusha, Phanda but this week’s hardworking hustler, Lerato Seleka, added her own additional 2 Ps; planning and persevering. Since she looked up as a child at a plane flying over her humble home in Limpopo and asked “how does that stay up there?” she knew that her future career would follow a flight path that would answer her question.
Topic of the week: Teacher Education and qualifications
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Join us today as our iSpani Hustler Kamagelo lays down the next step in his blueprint to reach his career goal of a PhD Electrical Engineering, right now he is still an apprentice at Eaton but is hoping to make the switch to wireman or specialist electrician role wiring electrical switchgear panels that get energy from source to consumer. While all wiremen are electricians, not all electricians are wiremen; this is a special breed and a critical frontline job that requires stringent quality and safety standards and high levels of productivity.
March is Tuberculosis (TB) Awareness Month, and is dedicated to educating everyone around the world about the scourge of TB. World TB Day is commemorated globally oneach year, the day in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch announced the discovery of the TB germ (bacillus) as the cause of TB.
Various committees of Parliament will embark on oversight visits to a range of government departments and its entities this week. The SABC's head office in Auckland Park will receive visits from the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) as well as the Communications committee. Fifteen parliamentary committees will conduct a total of 24 oversight visits in the coming days.
The Minister of Basic Education, Mrs Angie Motshekga is extremely disappointed to receive reports that once again school infrastructure has been destroyed, this time in Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga.