- South Africa’s First Lady Dr. Tshepo Mostepe paid a visit to Tembisa where she donated shoes and a new classroom to school children
- The wife of President Cyril Ramaphosa, Dr Tshepo Motsepe was on a visit as part of her duties as a patron of South African Civil Society for Women’s, Adolescents’ and Children’s Health
- Dr Tshepo Motsepe’s deeds were welcomed by many on social media but some have shared special messages to her
South Africa’s First Lady Dr Tshepo Motsepe recently brought hope to some spirits in the township of Tembisa by donating shoes and newly-renovated classrooms.
Motsepe visited a school in the East of Johannesburg, Tembisa and made the kids happy when he gave them new school shoes.
According to the South African government’s Facebook page, the wife of the president, Cyril Ramaphosa was received by the Khatlamping principal Tebogo Mofokeng.
Apart from Mofokeng, the republic’s number one was received by representatives from Netcare, Adcock Ingram Critical Care and The Pink Forum.
“First Lady Dr.Tshepo Motsepe arrives at Khatlamping Primary School received by Principal Tebogo Mofokeng and representatives from Netcare, Adcock Ingram Critical Care and The Pink Forum for a handover ceremony of school shoes and newly renovated classrooms/Pink Rooms in Tembisa Township, Johannesburg.
“Dr Motsepe is undertaking this engagement in her capacity as Patron of the South African Civil Society for Women’s, Adolescents’ and Children’s Health (SACSoWACH).”
As the patron of the South African Civil Society for Women, Children, and Adolescents, Motsepe’s deeds have received a round of applause from social media users.
@Ndivhaleni Sadiki said:
“Big up to our First Lady and the team for the good work, please visit the rural of the rural next time, a lot of kids out there who really need this kind of help.”
@Aaron Mabasa said:
“Our very educated and caring first lady.”
@Letsoapo Fobo shared a message to the First Lady:
“She must also preach to children to look African like her.”
Taking a look at the archives, Briefly.co.za reported that Motsepe previously embarked on an officially sanctioned state visit to the United State of America.
Motsepe was set to speak at Harvard University which is her alma mater to deliver a speech at the Open Summit on early childhood health and development in South Africa.
Motsepe was also due to have an open discussion with students and professors from the department of global health and population before embarking on the second leg of her visit. Motsepe will travel to the United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York City for the unveiling of the Nelson Mandela statue.
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