Justice League United (JLU) formed by one Assistant Educator earlier this year at Mammoka Secondary School in Buchum, outside Polokwane with the aim of anti-bullying, anti-crime and the reduction of Gender-Based Violence & Femicide (GBVF) in Schools and the surrounding communities, wishes class of 2021, Grade 12 Learners best of luck ahead of their final year examinations.
The Organisation’s Founder and Director, Karabo Selitisha says aware that the class of 2021 is quiet nervous, this after the previous year’s exam papers leakage also the pressure in covering up the curriculum within an unusual time frame amid the spike in Covid-19 pandemic that has affected the academic progress. “Our children needs our support, mentally, physically and spiritually more than anything, therefore I urge all parents, guardians and community members to join us in the 2021 matric exams support system” mentioned Selitisha.
The final examinations are set to kick start tomorrow, 27th of October and JLU encourages learners not to give up but stay strong and focused. Furthermore the organisation call upon teachers and the support staff to continue with their effortless hard work.