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Living the diamond dream

Living the diamond dream
NEW START: The donated block

OLDM gives disabled students reason to smile

Saturday was a day of smiles in Rakops as Orapa Letlhakane and Damtshaa Mines (OLDM) brought a special sparkle to town in the form of a state-of the-art classroom block built for Tsienyane Primary School’s disabled pupils.

Constructed to the tune of P5.2 million, the special block includes three modern classrooms and a fully-equipped workshop.

Attending the official opening in his home village, Vice President, Slumber Tsogwane insisted this was living proof ‘the diamond dream’ was all inclusive and well and truly alive in Botswana.
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