Ganasen Reddy, an Indian-origin South African educator, was on 12 March 2015 awarded with KwaZulu-Natal 2015 National Teachers Awards at the annual National Teaching Awards held in Johannesburg.
KwaZulu-Natal 2015 National Teachers Awards is a Lifetime Achievement Award for teaching in South Africa.
Ganasen Reddy was felicitated by South African minister of basic education Angie Motshekga. The award was given to Reddy for sustaining a high-level of achievement throughout his long teaching career by receiving results, awards and recognition over a long period of time.
Other Indian-origin teachers who were felicitated at the awards function were:
• 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
• Caryn Reddy, who took third place in the category Excellence in Special Needs and Inclusive Teaching
The National Teaching Awards honour, recognise and reward teachers in South Africa that perform their duties exceptionally well and in doing so inspire others to be the best in everything that they do.
Who: Ganasen Reddy
When: 12 March 2015
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