IFP Welcomes Teachers and Pupils
to the Second Quarter of the School Year

08 April 2013       

The Inkatha Freedom Party in Kwa-Zulu Natal welcomes both pupils and educators to the second quarter of the school year in 2013 (2nd term). 

“We hope that everyone has rested during their 10 days holiday and are ready to take on this quarter. This is also an opportunity for pupils who did not do well in the first term to make up for it and work towards excellence in this term and the terms to follow, with of course the aid of their educators,” said Honourable Mntomuhle Khawula, Shadow MEC for Education. 

The IFP has always believed in the culture of teaching and learning and authority in schools needs to be promoted.  Discipline and orderly classrooms need to be maintained. The IFP encourages everyone to start working hard now in order to produce good results at the end of this academic year.

“Let us all make 2013 a better academic year as compared to 2012,” said Honourable Khawula.

Honourable M Khawula
Shadow MEC for Education
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