Durban – The first day of the 2023 school year got off to a smooth start yesterday, with Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga visiting some KwaZulu-Natal schools to monitor operations.
She was accompanied by Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube and Education MEC Mbali Frazer on visits to schools in uMlazi, Parlock and La Mercy.
The provincial government said more than 2.8 million pupils across KZN went back to school yesterday.
The minister watched the Grade 1 pupils as they got ready for their first day at Kwazikumnandi Pre-school and was greeted with joy and excitement at Nkonkoni Primary School. Both schools are in uMlazi V section.
Nkonkoni Primary School principal Sthembiso Gwala said:…
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