Soshanguve will soon see the launch of an engineering school with a focus on automotive creation. Learners will apparently learn how to build the new BMW X3, after the motor company donated at least 1 model to the school.
The Gauteng Department of Education will launch a new engineering school with an automotive focus in Soshanguve.
TimesLIVE reports that learners will be trained how to build the new BMW X3 and that BMW SA donated a model to the new school for educational purposes.
The school's name will be Soshanguve Engineering School of Specialisation.
Steve Mabona, the Department of Education's spokesperson, said that they are excited about this partnership with BMW SA.
We are excited about our partnership with BMW SA, who donated and will hand over one of its first model X3s to the school for educational gain to our learners.
The Minister of Education, Panyazi Lesufi, sounds just as excited:
Among others, they will also support the school with training services and material. This is revolutionary, quality education we are advocating which learners will benefit from.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the school is set to be launched on Tuesday, 9 April.
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