• National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa

    National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa

    striving for the establishment and the maintenance of free public education
  • National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa

    National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa

    focusing on the needs of the individual learner
  • National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa

    National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa

    promoting the betterment of teaching and of learning between educators and educational institutions
  • National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa

    National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa

    undertaking to live up to the ideals of teaching while always enhancing the profession
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The President of NAPTOSA, Mr Nkosiphendule Ntantala, on behalf of NAPTOSA, congratulates Mr Cyril Ramaphosa on his election as President of the Republic of South Africa.

NAPTOSA is relieved that our country has now finally put the past months of uncertainty and destabilization behind us, said Mr Ntantala. We believe, as many others in South Africa do today, that we are entering a new era of hope and optimism, he said. We are, however, not naïve to think that the road ahead will be without some major challenges.
We wish Mr Ramaphosa strength and wisdom in leading our country into a new future. We trust that he will establish a culture of integrity and good governance where corruption, that has dogged our country for so long, will find no place. May we enter into a period of sustained economic growth, leading to job creation by which especially our youth will benefit, said Mr Ntantala.
As an education trade union, NAPTOSA expects Mr Ramaphosa and his new government to continue the prioritization of education and to ensure that it becomes more effective. As always, the government can be assured of the commitment of the members of NAPTOSA to quality education and professionalism in the execution of their duties, said Mr Ntantala.
“May God protect and guide you, Mr President.

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