They say education is the key to success, and in order to hone a particular skill, upliftment and development can do any community good. But what happens when a library in a community shuts down due to structural damage?
This is the case with Protea North Library in Soweto.
The two-storey library on Madikane Street, which caters for Protea North and surrounding areas such as Naledi and Protea Glen, has had its doors shut for months.
The upper level was used for study purposes mainly for tertiary students. Mostly used by adults and learners, books were available to be borrowed by the public…
South Africa Education News