Gaborone: Construction of Tsogang Primary school completes

Gaborone City Council has been working hard to complete all the proposed projects within the City including Tsogang Primary School.

Gaborone: Construction of Tsogang Primary School complete, Image: facebook
Gaborone: Construction of Tsogang Primary School complete, Image: facebook

Botswana: Gaborone City Council has been working hard to complete all the proposed projects within the City. One of the projects that falls under this list is the maintenance of Tsogang Primary School.

The handover ceremony for the proposed maintenance of the school was hosted on Friday; speaking at a project handover, Councillor Unami Lesole of Tsogang Ward expressed gratitude for the job done by the contractor,

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The officials shared that the contractors were even able to complete the project before its completion period. She clarified that even though the contractor completed earlier than expected, the quality of work was not compromised.

Councillor Lesole urged the school management to look after their school premises. Further, she called on the school authorities and stakeholders to make sure that no vandalism takes place in the school

She reasoned that the learning environment should remain conducive for learners at all times.

The Project Manager, who was overlooking the construction, Andreck Reetsang, applauded Pure Pavers (Pty) Ltd for doing a great job. Reetsang said works done by Pure Pavers give local companies a good image while also promoting Gaborone City Council’s efforts to deliver on its promises.

Project officer Florah Kereng highlighted that the maintenance works included maintaining classrooms, administration block, toilets, kitchen and others which were not on scope. Ms Kereng appreciated the school management as they worked seamlessly with the contractor.

For her part, Tsogang Primary School Head Kefilwe Motsomatshukudu applauded the Gaborone City Council for maintaining Tsogang Primary School. The school head further pointed out that pointed out that the learning environment was not conducive for both teachers and learners before it was maintained.

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She emphasised that student safety remains a priority and should never be compromised.  She said this maintenance will also motivate both learners and teachers to produce good results.

The project was awarded to Pure Pavers(Pty)Ltd at a sum of P1,919,233.09. It commenced on 27th November 2023 and was to be completed on 10th May 2024.