Ans. An Indian-origin South African educator Ganasen Reddy has been awarded with Lifetime Achievement Award at the country’s annual National Teaching Awards at Johannesburg. He was felicitated by South African minister of basic education Angie Motshekga.
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The award is given for sustaining a high-level of achievement and commitment throughout a long teaching career by receiving results, awards and recognition over a long period of time as well as showing endurance, commitment and perseverance to the benefit of the school and the education sector in general.
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Other Indian-origin teachers who were felicitated at the awards function included Silas Pillay who received the Excellence in Primary School Leadership Award; Anneline Govender, who was placed second in the category Excellence in Primary School Teaching; and Caryn Reddy who took third place in the category Excellence in Special Needs and Inclusive Teaching.