Schools receive sports equipment – Germiston City News


A total of 57 schools in Ekurhuleni received sports equipment, thanks to a partnership between the city of Ekurhuleni and the Department of Education of Gauteng.

The award ceremony took place on September 16 at Germiston Stadium.

Were present MMC for health and social services Clr Nomadlozi Nkosi, head of the department of sports, recreation, arts and culture of the city Zanele Katembo, Cedric Ranchor, who is the director of school sports and extra-activities schools at the Gauteng Department of Education. , as well as schools.

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Each school received equipment for three sports, namely table tennis, hockey and chess.

“One of the City’s sports priorities is to ensure that there is a gender balance by ensuring that girls are also included in different sports codes to eradicate gender disparities in sport, ”Nkosi said.

The MMC explained that the 57 schools were selected from previously disadvantaged areas of the city.

Schools that benefited from it on the basis of sports codes included:
Hockey, Thembisa:
• Isekelo Primary School
• Mashemong Primary School
• Emangweni Primary School
• Winnie Mandela Primary School
• Reagile Primary School
Lsen schools:
• Elandspark in Bedfordview
• Belvédère Lsen School
• Ithembelihle Lsen School

Chess, Thembisa:
• Madibatlou College
• Nyiko Primary School
• Marhulana Primary School
• Rev Maphethu Primary School
• OR Tambo Primary School
Lsen schools:
• Elandspark Lsen School in Bedfordview
• Belverdere Lsen School
• Ithembelihle Lsen School

Table tennis, Thembisa:
• Khulasizwe Primary School
• Peter Zongwane Primary School
• Ipontshe primary school
• Kgatlamping primary school
• Gahlanso primary school

LSEN schools:
• Belverdere Lsen School
• Elandspark Lsen School in Bedfordview
• Ithembelihle Lsen School.

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Marietta Lombard (editor) [email protected], or (journalists) Busi Vilakazi [email protected]


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