Kgwebong Consulting Celebrates Partnerships for the Creation of Communities of Excellence
By Kgomotso Kgoale
7 April 2017
Kgwebong Consulting, whose vision it is to Create Communities of Excellence, partners with different Embassies in providing Organisational Development interventions to schools, NGO’s and other institutions.
On 31st March 2017, a certificate ceremony was held at the Bodibeng library in Soshanguve. The purpose of the event was to 1) acknowledge and give certificates to 35 Principals who attended a Leadership Development workshop; and 2) to recognize the contribution and support from stakeholders such as the embassies of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Department of Education Mr. Robertson, in helping to grow and develop the schools and communities.
In attendance were the outgoing first secretary of Timor-Leste, Ms. Josefina Tilman, the Cultural Counselor of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mr Shahronz Falahat Pisheh and Mr. Robertson from the Department of Basic Education. Ms. Josefina Tilman introduced her new replacement, Mr Joao Camilo Da Costa Oliveira who promised to continue with the library project at the Babinaphuti school.
Mr Shahronz Falahat Pisheh donated an Iranian book to the library. Mr.Robertson congratulated the Principals for participating in the leadership program. He further encouraged them to stay engaged with other principals and take advantage of the benefits accessible from the South African Principals Association (SAPA).
As Canada is celebrating 150 years of existence, Kgwebong Consulting would like to acknowledge their contribution towards education in South Africa, and specifically Ms Valery Yiptong for her sterling commitment in partnering with us to make the development project a success.