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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MOTIONS & LABOR CHAIRPERSON

MOTIONS & LABOR CHAIRPERSON

Moroaseleka Klaas Mohlatlole was born and bred at Dipururung Village – Moroke in Sekhukhune District of Limpopo. Born on the 11th of August 1964 as the last born of the eight children of the late Mr Nkuke and the late Mrs Dikwetse Mohlatlole. Klaas started his Primary education in 1971 at Magakala Primary and completed at Diphala Primary school in 1977.He had done his secondary education at Ntwampe Secondary where he passed matric in 1982. He studied for Electrical Trade Theory till N3 at Usizo …

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PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of FREE STATE

PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of FREE STATE

MATSOSO SARAH SERIAHA (MAIDEN SURNAME HLOAHLOA) .Born and bred at Sebokeng Vereeniging  Gauteng Province. Born on the 3rd of May 1970,third child of the late MR Teboho  and Mrs Motshabi Hloahloa.

Sarah completed her primary education at Lefika  Primary  School   in 1981,then went to Hlolo higher Primary, obtained her matric at Residensia  Secondary School in 1990.In 1992 married to Mr Kesholohetse Matsoso. She hold a certificate in public Relation from INTEC College. Business Admin Services  with Bonamelo TVET, Financial  Management  Certificate with TADI(Training and development Institute), …

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PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of GAUTENG

PROVINCIAL CHAIRPERSON of GAUTENG

Malamlela Nxumalo was born 1996 to Tryphina Nodoli and Douglas Mkhatshwana Nxumalo. He is the last born son amongst three elder sisters. He grew up in KwaThema near Springs where he started schooling at Zithembeni Junior Primary, then proceeded to Zamani Senior Primary to complete the foundation phase education. In 1981 He proceeded to the newly established Nkumbulo Secondary and matriculated in 1985. He went to Far East Rand College of education where he completed his Senior Primary Teachers Diploma (STD) in 1988. He started …

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DEPUTY GENERAL SECRETARY

DEPUTY GENERAL SECRETARY

Hlamalani Marvel Maphophe born on the 24th May 1965 as the fourth born son of the late Wilson Maphophe, and Winnie Maphophe. Marvel did his primary education at in 1972 until 1978 at Sukani Primary School in Giyani Township in Limpopo. He proceeded with his secondary education at Giyani High School from 1979 until matriculation in 1984. He participated in various extra-mural activities during his school days but somehow fell in love with choral music during those TUATA days. He then joined the then Giyani …

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