It was a day of learning and fun for Mthombeni Primary School pupils when Amanzimtoti library hosted them for a teenage empowerment workshop in the library garden on Thursday, 17 May.
The workshop was held by representatives of Operation Bobby Bear, Happy Drums, the environmental health department and Mzwa, a professional storyteller, who was invited to entertain the pupils.
“Libraries play a vital role in shaping and advancing people’s lives, hence the Amanzimtoti library felt the need to empower these young children with skills they do not receive at their school,” said librarian Slindile Mosia.
“The library services we offer were shared with the children such as E-books, that was introduced by Amanzimtoti library staff member Noluthando Mrwetyana, which was very interesting to them. “Let’s use our smart phones in an educational way other than social media and games that we always play,” said Noluthando, who also taught the children how to become an E-book member.
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