six hundred learners attend career and subject fair

More than 600 - grade nine learners from high schools which include Blinkklip, Ratang Thuto, Postmasburg and Shiloah academy were hosted by the Koloma mine in partnership with the education department during a career and subject choice fair. Theodor Moeti, Social Economic Development Specialist, says the University of the Free State was invited to address these learners and provide aid to make informed subject choices that are not only academically important, but also professionally for the future. Mavis Kolberg, manager of the corporate relations and social performance department of Kolomela mine, says the purpose of the fair is to eliminate poor subject choices and to give learners an understanding of the minimum university achievements standards. Theodore Moeti elaborates.  Insert  -  Fair    

Journalist: Rene Julies

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