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Mpumalanga – The Lowveld Airshow in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, together with the National Department of Transport and the Mpumalanga Provincial Department of Basic Education jointly present an Airshow and transport related career exhibition to learners and previously disadvantaged youth in the province on Friday, 20 May 2016

This exhibition will be about career opportunities available in all modes of transport and bursary opportunities sponsored by the Department and its agencies. 2000 learners from different schools are expected to attend the career expo. Through the career exhibition, the Department aims to showcase career opportunities available across the transport sector and recruiting youth in the Province, especially those from historically disadvantaged communities.

Transport Deputy Minister, Ms Sindisiwe Chikunga, will address and interact with the leaners during the career expo.


On Friday afternoon, the province will come alive to the display of a spectacular airshow sponsored by the Lowveld Airshow.

Deputy Minister Chikunga will be joined during the event by the Mpumalanga MEC for Basic Education, Ms Reginah Mhaule and the MEC for Public Works, Roads and Transport Ms Dumisile Nhlengethwa amongst other guests.


The details of the event are as follows:

Lowveld Airshow 2016 and Career Exhibition

Date: Friday, 20 May 2016

Time: 09:00

Venue: Old Nelspruit Airfield (Old Airport, Kaapsehoop Road)


Members of the media attending the event are requested to confirm their attendance with Sam Monareng on 073 491 3382 or

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