Renovations to Makuleke Primary School with  and Children in the Wilderness joined together to refurbish and repair a classroom in Makuleke Primary School. CITW has been involved in the Makuleke community for many years now, running Eco-Clubs and YES Clubs, and spending many happy hours on CITW camps with the children.

We were approached by the school Principal who informed us that there was a classroom ceiling in dire need of repairs, as well as the general need for fumigation around the school. Thanks to’s funding, not only was the ceiling repaired and twelve classrooms fumigated, but the materials from the damaged ceiling were used to fix and maintain portions of the administrative block of the school.

Thank you to our Regional Programme Coordinator Bongani Baloyi for overseeing the renovations.


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  1. Hobyane Hasan Daniel

    Good day? Mr BonganiPiet Baloyi and Mr Bokang Shopang The two Regional Directors.

    Thank you for facilitating a successfully Grade 6 classroom repairs at Makuleke Primary school during school holidays from 04th to 10th April 2018.
    Teaching and Learning has kick started with a great amazing happiness and smile in our learners bright shinning faces. Our education department, community and the The Makuleke Royal House are direct beneficial of these facility project repairs to the latter generation investment in educational facelift.

    Hoping that our school continues to maintain that with uplifting spirit in education legacy.

    Kind regards
    Hobyane HD
    Makuleke Primary school

    1. Lisa Witherden

      Dear Mr Hobyane

      We are thrilled to hear that the children are so happy in their refurbished classroom, and are so proud to work with Makuleke Primary School.

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