Underprivileged children from Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape are set to reach for their dreams of becoming proffessionals in the hospitality industry. Their school, KwaMagxaki High, is a beneficiary of half-a-million rand state of the art kitchen equipment to help them with their tourism studies. This is thanks to a private-public partnership with the provincial government. It follows a call by the provincial Premier Phumulo Masualle to private companies to help improve the standard of education in the province.
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