WATCH: PANYAZA HANDS OVER R60M SCHOOL!

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By  Sthembiso LebusoThursday, February 14, 2019 20:00

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi. (Christopher Moagi, Daily Sun)
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Gauteng MEC Panyaza Lesufi is in contention for best
Valentines gift ever.On Valentine’s Day the Gauteng MEC for education handed out
a newly constructed school worth a whopping R60-million. The Protea Glen Secondary school in Soweto boasts;28 classrooms,  2 science
laboratories 1 smart multipurpose
room1 computer laboratory,A library with an audiovisual work room, and 3 courtyards Unveiling the new school, Lesufi said that the community
should take care of it as it is their own. He said that the community is the first the line of defense
against criminals who want to vandalize schools. He told the community that whenever they have grievances
with the government they should never take out their frustrations on the
school.  

Who do you blame for Eskom’s loadshedding?

Corrupt officials

Poor municipalities who don’t pay

No one, we’re a growing country and this is normal

The ANC-led government

White monopoly capital

Jacob Zuma

Illegal connections

Big business

Poor municipalities who don’t pay
6%

No one, we’re a growing country and this is normal
2%

The ANC-led government
25%

White monopoly capital
4%

When deciding who to vote for, which is the most important plan a party needs to have?

A plan to create jobs

A plan to redistribute land

A plan to fix service delivery

A plan to fix our hospitals and clinics

A plan to destroy corruption

A plan to make us feel safe again

A plan to unite the nation

A plan to fix schools and youth skills devlopment

A plan to create jobs
32%

A plan to redistribute land
9%

A plan to fix service delivery
9%

A plan to fix our hospitals and clinics
4%

A plan to destroy corruption
25%

A plan to make us feel safe again
7%

A plan to unite the nation
9%

A plan to fix schools and youth skills devlopment
6%

Has the evidence of corruption in front of the Zondo Commission changed who you will vote for?

Yes, I’m changing my vote

No, I am not changing my vote

I am waiting for the Commission to finish before I decide

No, the evidence hasn’t been tested in court

Yes, I’m changing my vote
41%

No, I am not changing my vote
33%

I am waiting for the Commission to finish before I decide
16%

No, the evidence hasn’t been tested in court
11%

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