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The Road Accident Fund present at Kimberley and De Aar

Posted by Martin Van der Watt on 14 September 2016 12:35 PM CAT
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On 15 August 2016 a team from the Road Accident fund (RAF) met with our Northern Cape Spell It Coaches from in and around Kimberley

On 15 August 2016 a team from the Road Accident fund (RAF) met with our Northern Cape Spell It Coaches from in and around Kimberley, and on 16th of August they met with our coaches from in and around De Aar. After welcoming and introductions Ms Samantha Bloem, the manager of stakeholder relations at the RAF presented on the Background and the context of the RAF. Nkhumbuleni Maphangwa Senior Stakeholder Relations Officer at the RAF presented an overview of RAF services and products and Ms Tendani Nefale the CSC Manager at Kimberley, presented on the RAF claims processes. These sessions were very informative and equipped our coaches with information that they could share in the communities in which they are working. After the RAF sessions Mr. Graham Claite handed over the prize for the best school profile on A-Better-Africa. The winner, Wilhelmina Mathabatha coach at Waterworks received a very cool tablet. Congratulations Wilhelmina! Keep up the good work and we hope to see many more pictures and posts from Waterworks.

africa, dbe, department of education, droogfontein solar, globoleq, literacy, northern cape, south africa. wilhelmena mathabatha, spelling bee

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