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Deputy Minister of Tourism Tokozile Xasa continues Eastern Cape School Infrastructure rollout with the Handover of Ludeke Primary School, 14 May 2014


The Deputy Minister of Tourism Tokozile Xasa will on Thursday 15 May 2014 handover Ludeke Primary School in Libode, Eastern Cape.


The school was built as part of the ASIDI (Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Delivery Initiative) by the Department of Basic Education and has provided 44 temporary employment opportunities and benefited 2 local SMME’s.


ASIDI is a national programme which aims to eradicate all mud schools and inappropriate structures. It has a National Output plan which will see the eradication of 496 mud schools, the provision of water and sanitation to 1 257 schools and electricity to 878 schools, benefiting a total of 12 450 learners  the bulk of whom are in the Eastern Cape.


Members of the Media are invited as follows:

Date:                Thursday, 15 May 2014

Time:               10h00

Venue:             Ludeke Primary School, Libode Eastern Cape


Directions to the school: From Mthatha – Drive towards Libode town which is 30 km from Mthatha. Drive past the police station on your left. Immediately after the Police station there is a gravel road. From the gravel road to the school is over 40kms.


Enquiries:        Albert  - 082 317 5691 (Department of Basic Education)                  


Terence - 071 701 6837            

(Department of Basic Education)


Singabakho Nxumalo - / / 079 523 5794 (Department of Tourism)



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Written By: Administrator Account
Date Posted: 1/11/2016
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