PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT

Johannes Motona was born on the 29 October 1972 at Seshego in Polokwane,┬áLimpopo 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,┬áBachelor of Arts (Education), Bachelor of Education Honours (Education Management), Masters of Education (Education Management) degrees from the University of …

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GENDER CHAIRPERSON

GENDER CHAIRPERSON

Constance Mantsana Mathekga: Born on the 29th May 1968 at Ga-Patamedi village Block5 in Bolobedu as the only daughter and Lastborn from the two brothers Sefomolo and the late Moneri, all born from both the late Maria Maropene and Mahatolle Victor Mathekga. Connie completed her primary education at Mabjepilong Primary School in 1980 and completed her matric in 1985 at Makgoka High school in Boyne. She holds STD (Secondary Teacher’s Diploma) with the then Modjadji College of Education, BA degree with University of the North, …

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PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of Mpumalanga

PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of Mpumalanga

Isaac Ndlela Ngwane was born on the 03 December 1972 at Block C( Nkomazi municipality).He is the last born of the late Mr Martin and the late Sannah Ngwane.Isaac started his lower primary education at Khangela primary school in Delmas in 1979 and went to Magubha Primary(Nkomazi) school in 1981 where he completed his lower primary education in 1983.He went to Driekoppies higher school where he completed his primary education in 1985.He completed his matric at Shongwe high school in 1991.He holds a BA degree …

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PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of North West

PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of North West

Molahlegi Joseph Seboko was born in Tokoza in1970 to Margret Seboko n P.Tshabalala.He is the first of the two sons.He grew up in central JHB and in 1976 moved to Schweizer Reneke his maternal grandmother’s place.He started his schooling @Tshwaraganelo-Mamusa primary schools then proceeded to Kolong higher primary and subsequently Ipelegeng high school where he matriculated in 1988.He went to then Kathorus College of Education in 1991-1994 where he completed his SPTD.He started working @ Itshupeng secondary in 1995 was then promoted to DH in …

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YOUTH BRIGADE CHAIRPERSON

YOUTH BRIGADE CHAIRPERSON

Mr Mongalo Malesela Daniel, Born on the 27th of November 1989 at Sekgakgapeng a village nearest Mokopane Town in Limpopo Province. A First Born child of a single Late mother Ms Raisibe Sarah Mongalo. Completed his primary school at Sokgedlwa Primary School in 2002 and obtained his first matric obtaining (H) in 2009 at Nkakabidi Secondary School both based in Sekgakgapeng village. Worked as a garden boy in 2010 then went back to class in 2011 at Masodi Secondary School. Got an employment at the …

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GENERAL SECRETARY

GENERAL SECRETARY

General Secretary: Mothoka Ben Machipi . Born and bred at gaMaphalle in Bolobedu, Limpopo Province. Born on 01 September 1963 as the second born of Mr Modipa Bethiel and Mabotse Machipi. Ben completed his primary education at Pipa Primary school in 1979 and obtained his matric at Kheale High school in 1984. He holds a Secondary Teachers Diploma and BA Degrees from the then Setotolwane College and Turfloop University. Ben started teaching in 1988 Kheale High School as a Science teacher and became an Acting …

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Successful Congress in Pretoria

Successful Congress in Pretoria

The Professional Educators’ Union had a successful Congress in Pretoria. We take this moment, to shower accolades to our delegates, for the professional behaviour depicted throughout the Congress. We also wish the newly elected leadership well, in their endeavour to serve the Union, by extension, our nation.

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AS SCHOOLS RE-OPEN

The Professional Educators’ Union wishes all of her members a good start for the fourth quarter.

This is undeniably an energy usurping period, as it always demand from us meticulous and total concentration, as it deals summative evaluations.

It is our fervent hope and wish as leadership that you are fully recharged to match the task daunting ahead.

Regards
GS

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PEU’S MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCES

PEU’S MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCES

The Professional Educators Union (PEU) has learned with shock and sadness on the untimely death of Mr Willy Kutumela, who was one of Directors in the Department of Education.

We deep our burner in joining other fraternal organisations, to send our profound and heartfelt condolences to his family, friends and the Department.

We are quite aware that at this point in time, words alone will never be enough to ameliorate the excruciating pain they are going through.

Our hearts and thoughts will always be with them during this …

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THE PEU YOUNG LION WHO NEVER STOPS TO MAKE US PROUD

THE PEU YOUNG LION WHO NEVER STOPS TO MAKE US PROUD

The Professional Educators ‘Union is overly elated by one of her vibrant, energetic, ever-shining young lion, who never stops to make it proud and prominantely locate it amongst nation builders. That is none other than LINFORD MOLAODI.The young man continues to hoist our professional flag to the highest echelons in the teaching profession.

Linford has recently won the Excellence in Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning Category, during the 19th Annual National Teaching Awards, held on 16 February 2019 at the Sandton Convention Centre, in Johannesburg.

The award …

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