South Africa, Mpumalanga: The MEC for Education, Bonakele Majuba, is ecstatic about the performance of the Provincial Choirs at the ABC Motsepe South African School Choral Eisteddfod this week.
“Our choirs proved to be second to none and proudly flew the provincial flag high. We are overwhelmed with excitement following their performance. We attribute their success to the hard work and dedication of our learners, teachers, and parents,” said MEC Majuba.
Furthermore, he added, “We congratulate all the choirs that represented the province, especially those who placed first in their respective categories, including Lwaleng Primary School, Shongwe Boarding School, Thokozani Blessing Zulu, and Luthandolwethu Mahlangu.”
We are genuinely grateful to the leadership of the Department of Basic Education under the stewardship of Minister Angie Motshekga for affording our learners the opportunity to showcase their musical talent and prowess,”
It was like the Eisteddfod was meant only for Mpumalanga as the names of the winners were called on stage. Mpumalanga was represented in the majority of categories.”
MEC Majuba further encouraged all young people in Mpumalanga Province to participate in the arts.
“The arts are a powerful tool for personal development and social transformation. I urge every young person to use their God-given talents to make a difference in the world.”
Indeed, it was the best way to close the Youth Month by presenting the best that the Place of the Rising Sun can offer. Rise Mpumalanga! No One is being left Behind was a tagline used by MEC Majuba.