- A mother has taken to social media to gush about a teaching award she recently received
- Her daughter also won a National Teaching Award in the same category and the pair could not be happier
- Mzansi social media users congratulated the dynamic duo
A woman has shared a heart-warming story of why she's choosing to stay in South Africa no matter what. She, together with her daughter, won the same awards for their contribution to teaching.
They received their recognition at a ceremony hosted by Minister Angie Motshekga in conjunction with the Department of Basic Education. The proud duo are ready to bring light and love into South African classrooms.
Lindiwe Favoured Seqebo shared her post on the "ImStaying" page on Facebook. She also posted a picture of herself and her daughter holding their awards. The teacher from Bloemfontein is ready to help South African kids gain a brighter future through education.
Social media users had kind words for the dedicated educators. Facebook user Lettie Nkabinde said:
"Well done ladies."
Anita van Rensburg said:
"Wonderful, thank you!!!"
M Beryl Pillay said:
"Wow... that's absolutely awesome. CONGRATULATIONS. The work you do with our future generations is amazing. THANK YOU and BLESSINGS."
Marni Du Randt said:
"Congratulations. Teachers are essential. Have great respect for you."
Lynda Sansom said:
"Wow! Much respect to you both. South Africa needs you both to keep shining, so you definitely staying!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a singing maths teacher won over the hearts of Mzansi social media users. A video was shared showing the dedicated teacher singing geometry theorems with his pupils. Many insisted that they would have probably aced the subject if they had had him as a teacher.
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