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Standing for education

Standing for education

Having spent the majority of his schooling life boarding in hostels far away from his family, Kebadiretse Ntsogotho knows only too well the pain of not having a school in one’s village.

Now at the helm of the North West District Council, Chairman Ntsogotho has put education among his top priorities in the District Development Plan.

In this week’s interview with FRANCINAH BAAITSE-MMANA, the 40-year-old, who was chosen for the top post back in December, details his experiences and outlines his plans for the future.

Q. Congratulations on your new post. How does it feel?

A. It is an a...

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