COSATU on Sugar Tax Part 1 of 3
COSATU on Sugar Tax Part 1 of 3
Interview with Sdumo Dlamini on unity and cohesion of COSATU
Talking NHI with Lebo Mulaisi
Subscribe to Cosatu Whatsapp

The Shopsteward Subscribe to get a copy of the Shopsteward The Shopsteward Online Archive

Shopsteward Volume 26 No. 2

COSATU Media Monitor COSATU Media Monitor COSATU Media Monitor


Tel: (011) 339-4911
Fax: (011) 339-5080/339-6940
Email: donald @ cosatu . org . za

For comments on the website email: donald@cosatu.org.za

  |  Affiliates Press Alerts

SADTU to have a Career Guidance Expo in Limpopo

19 April 2017

Close to 2000 Grade 12 learners from the Sekhukhune Region and the surrounding areas in Limpopo will be provided with a rare opportunity of learning about post matric career options during a two-day Career Guidance Expo organized by the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU).

The expo is part of fulfilling SADTU's 2030 Vision of creating a learning nation. It is also part of the Union's commitment to the Education Accord and Quality of Learning and Teaching Campaign (QLTC).

It is about imparting knowledge and information to learners - more especially from disadvantaged backgrounds - seeking to study further by providing materials and information to assist them in making better career choices.

Limpopo is the first of five provinces the Union will target this year to host these Expos.

Students from Wits University, University of Johannesburg and Tshwane University of Technology will give first hand information on what learners need to do to apply at these institutions. They will also share testimonies about life at tertiary institutions.

Representatives of the South African Students Congress (SASCO), ANC Youth League and Young Communist League will be in attendance.

Venues: Matsepe Primary School (Tafelkop) and Moreku High School (Phokwane)
Date: Thursday, 20 April -21 April, 2017.
Time: 9am on both days

The event is open to the media.

ISSUED BY: SADTU Secretariat


General Secretary, Mugwena Maluleke: 082 783 2968
Deputy General Secretary, Nkosana Dolopi: 082 709 5651
Media Officer, Nomusa Cembi: 082 719 5157