PEU CONDEMNS DOMINEERING ATTITUDE BY SOME SCHOOL PRINCIPALS

The Professional Educators’ Union (PEU) has noted with concern on media reports that some school principals display a domineering attitude , coupled with the audacity to recall teachers who are staying at home due to underlying conditions, to report back to work, with or without comorbidities, as they simply collect their salaries doing nothing, whilst schools are contending to work with severely reduced staff complements, with additional classes that have inevitably multiplied, to comply with social distancing.

     The General Secretary speaks

We must be upfront in …

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METROPOLITAN DONATES FACE MASKS TO PEU

Metropolitan donates four thousand (4 000) core-branded face masks to the Professional Educators ’Union (PEU). The benevolence gesture is part of the company’s fiduciary duties to its clientele, as an endeavour to reinforce safety measures for teachers against the pandemic. Mr Koketso Ntsoane,who is Metropolitan ‘s Provincial Key Account Manager, handed over the facemasks to PEU General Secretary, Ben Machipi and Vice President, Mr Mkuseli Dubula, at PEU Head Office in Braamfontein, in a mini ceremony. The face masks will be distributed to all PEU …

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PEU WELCOMES THE LIFTING OF LOCKDOWN REGULATIONS

The Professional Educators’ Union (PEU)welcomes the lifting of a sizable number of lockdown regulations, to allow movements across the country, in an endeavour to ensure that the country’s economic activities resume in earnest.

 Ben Machipi: PEU General Secretary

As this happens, PEU leadership echoes and amplifies the message by President Ramaphosa, that the lifting of regulations is far from suggesting that the virus has disappeared, and that people should remain vigilant and always practice safety measures at all given time, and should never, not even for a …

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PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of LIMPOPO

Limpopo provincial chairperson: Poncho Gladwin Mabotja. Born and bred at Madietane
village under Matlala area, Limpopo province. He was born on 04 October 1972 as the first
son of Kwena Simon and Ntsitsana Francina Mabotja. Poncho completed his primary
education at Madietane primary school in 1985 and obtained his matric at Ngakana high
school in 1991. He obtained Secondary Teachers Diploma and ACE in Mathematics from
Setotolwane college of Education and UNISA respectively. Poncho started teaching
temporarily in 1995 at Modisha secondary school as a Mathematics and Physical Science
teacher and also …

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A FESTIVE SEASON MESSAGE FOR ALL MaPEU-AMAHLE

A FESTIVE SEASON MESSAGE FOR ALL MaPEU-AMAHLE

A FESTIVE SEASON MESSAGE FOR ALL MaPEU-AMAHLE

As the academic year of 2019 finally gravitates to an end,
PEU can only wish you a well-deserved rest for
the ably body that carried you throughout the
year to this point.

2019 was punctuated by the launching of the Youth Brigade(YB), which marks a milestone and one
of the highlights for better things to come.
This alone has emboldened us at many fronts,
and will definitely go down in the annals of our history, as a
game-changer and an opener for floodgates, that has let out
Young …

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SPORTS ARTS & CULTURE CHAIRPERSON

SPORTS ARTS & CULTURE CHAIRPERSON

Baleseng Guilty Moeketsi was born in Krugersdorp in 1971 to Mrs Florah Abotseng Moeketsi and Judah Molamu Moeketsi.Am a second born of four children (three boys and one girl.I attended crech in Kagiso until six years .At the age of seven years I then move to Bodibe (Village) in Bophuthatswana near Mafikeng where I started sub A at Motlhako Primary school in 1977 -198I. In 1982 I moved to Reitumetse primay school in Itsoseng location then moved again to Popagano Middle school and completed my …

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PEU ‘S MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 2019

PEU ‘S MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 2019

The Professional Educators Union(PEU) wishes the Class of 2019 all of the best, as they start with their National Senior Certificate Examinations.

You have indeed come a long in your schooling journey to reach to this import stage, which has a potential to unlock numerous opportunities that can bring a huge positive change in your lives. Thus, you dare not let anything and anybody to defocus you at this point.

Thanks to our teachers in general, PEU members in particular, for the selflessness commitment and huge sacrifices …

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PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of KZN

PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of KZN

Buyani Theodore Langa was born on 15 July 1968 in a small-town Dundee in the northern Kwazulu-Natal. He is the fifth child of the seven children born to Walton Ebenezer and Doris Sizakele Langa. He started his primary school education at Enhlokweni in 1974, a school in Osizweni, a placed his parents moved to in search of greener pastures. At this school, he did only sub-standard 1 and 2. His parents moved to Drycut Farm next to Blaauwbosch, a rural place in the outskirts of …

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VICE PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

Mkhuseli Dubula:Born and bred at Canham(Kwakanana) location in Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape province. Born on the 29th October 1974 as the second born of Mr Drummond Mthethunzima and Phumla Nomaduma Dubula. Mkhuseli completed his standard seven at Canham JSS in 1990 and obtained his matric at Freemantle boy’s high school in Lady frere. He holds a BA(ed) degree from the University of Transkei (WSU). Mkhuseli started teaching permanently in 2000 at Carl Malcomess high school in Kokstad(KZN) and was further promoted to an HOD …

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PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT

Johannes Motona was born on the 29 October 1972 at Seshego in Polokwane, Limpopo Province. He attended his junior primary schooling at Phishego primary school from 1978 to 1981, senior primary schooling at Kgobokanang primary school from 1982 to 1984 and secondary schooling at Khaiso High school from 1985 to 1989. He holds the following tertiary qualifications: Senior Primary Teachers Diploma from Kwena Moloto College of Education, Bachelor of Arts (Education), Bachelor of Education Honours (Education Management), Masters of Education (Education Management) degrees from the University of …

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