Multi-million school built in village
The Eastern Cape Department of Education handed over a multi-million Ntlelelengwane Primary School to the community of Luhewini village just outside Ngcobo on Friday. The R24 million school was built over two years.
It is dubbed a state-of-the-art school with modern technologies such as the white boards, projectors, tablets and laptops.
It boasts 406 enrolled learners who will be accommodated in from 2020.
“This is meant to ensure that learners are taught in a conducive environment for teaching and learning with enough classrooms and resources,” MEC for Education Fundile Gade.