Thank-yous for 2017!
The Kungwini Dream Fund is thrilled to have received a number of thank-you cards and letters from the staff, students, and patients of the organizations we sponsor.
A letter from George who has a hereditary muscular dystrophy. One of the recipients of the wheel chair program.
The KUNGWINI Parliamentary Constituency Office (PCO) in Tshwane is commended for having partnered with Dr. Mahamed Hussain during it’s “Back to School Campaign”. Dr. Hussain was born in Bronkhorstspruit and practiced medicine in Kwaggafontein (former Kwa-Ndebele) but, due to harassment by apartheid security police, he migrated to Canada where he pursued his medical career.
He also championed a programme and conducted free diagnosis tests at Sizanani School for the Disabled and assisted the Educators and School principals by introducing a WORK PERFORMANCE System which he funded from his own pocket.
He toured schools with the PCO during February 2013 and conducted motivational taks and inspired learners at various schools focusing on the importance of Maths and Science and specifically motivated the 2013 Grade 12 Matriculants.
As Dr. Hussain is about to return to work in Canada the Kungwini PCO will be observing Human Rights Day in a function on “The Right to Education vs. the Child’s Responsibility/duty to be Educated” to be attended by a 90 -year-old farm dweller who never attended class but always transported the farm owner’s daughter to school by horse cart.
Jonas Ben Sibanyoni
Member of Parliament
Dear Doctor Mohamed Rashid Goolam Hussain,
Receive our warm greetings once more from the leadership of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality.
The above matter bears reference.
On behalf of the City of Tshwane and the residents of Kungwini, we hereby want to extend our warmest gratitude on the good work done during the Making School Work Campaign organised by all our structures during the month of January 2012 as part of marking the re-opening of all public and private school in the Inland stream on education.
We hope that you stay in the country and our region in particular has been the most enjoyable, but more importantly, we would like to express our appreciation and kindness shown by yourself during the whole period and interaction on activities as planned and experience by both parties. You have motivated many of our people during your address at Dan Kutumela Secondary Schools and in many other schools that you have visited during this small period in particular Tshwane.
We have received many congratulatory remarks by School Principals on your good gesture shown in relation to sharing your experience and expertise in relation to addressing socio-economic challenges that affects the education of a black child during this period.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish you good luck in your return back home (Canada), however, on the same breadth, we would gladly appreciate a more lasting relations from people like you especially as it relates to encouraging the youth to learn and becomes something in life.
Our relations with your good selves have shown many of us that no man is an island, that we need each other in good and difficult times. It is against this background that we salute you and your endeavour to leave a mark in our people’s lives.
We are looking forward to hearing from you and the rest of your colleagues on more programes that seeks to address the reconstruction and development of Africa as a whole.
Lets all come together towards rebuilding of our beautiful country and contribute towards building of a just and caring society.
Jabulane S Mabona, Chief whip of Council