Classroom Project SOD-Turning Ceremony (Phase 2)

The Supreme Cadets Institute with the help from Encha Group and the Nzama Family Trust committed to building two classrooms for Sefako Makgatho Primary School .The aim of this project is to try address the problem of overcrowded classrooms.

On Tuesday, October, 8th the Supreme Cadets Institute (SCI) and Sefako Makgatho Primary School (SMPS), held a sod-turning ceremony to celebrate the start of construction of the classrooms. We were joined by former students of the primary school,  Mr. Lifa Ngezi ( SGB member) who did the opening and welcome for the ceremony as well as Mrs. Vilane (educator at SMPS) who ran the programme for the day.

We were also joined by the sponsors of the project. ENCHA Group (a primary sponsor of SCI ) of the Supreme Cadets was represented by  Mr. Tiego and Mrs. Koketso Moseneke and the Nzama Family Trust was represented by Miles Nzama (former pupil of SMPS) as well as Mama Khali (former educator at SMPS) who took the opportunity to thank the Nzama Family Trust and ENCHA Group for ploughing back into their community. In our presence was also Mr. James Lekoma, a trustee of the Kgalema Motlhanthe Foundation, who was there to witness the proceedings.

The Sefako Makgatho junior choir entertained the delegates throughout the program with musical items. Two pupils from the primary school gave speeches of gratitude and our junior cadets were there to recite the cadets pledge.


Mr. Tiego Moseneke, Mama Khali, Mr. James Lekoma, Mr. Miles Nzama, Ma’am Vilane


Mr. Lifa Ngwezi planting the tree.


“Let’s build a generation where learners are buying two classrooms and not just cars or material goods” – Mr. Miles Nzama


“The main foundation is the learners where they have a good hear and mind. A mind that is free and free of any self-doubt” – Mr. Tiego Moseneke


Sefako Makgatho Junior Choir