Angie Motshekga Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, GrandKids, Net Worth, Politics

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Angie Motshekga Biography

This is what you need to know about Angie Motshekga, a South African Minister of Basic Education and Politician. She has been the minister of Education since 2009. Motshekga was also a  lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand and at the Soweto College of Education. She has also been president of the African National Congress Women’s League.

Angie Motshekga Age

Motshekga was born on 2 October 1955 in Soweto, South Africa. She is 64 years old as of 2019. She also celebrates her birthday on 2 October every year.

Angie Motshekga Height

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Angie Motshekga Family

Little is known about Motshekga parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Angie Motshekga Husband

Angie Matshekga is happily married to her husband Mathole Motshekga. The couple has one child called Makgatho Mmathari Motshekga.

Angie Motshekga Net Worth

Motshekga has an estimated Net Worth of $1 million to $ 5 million dollars. Her career as a Politician and Minister of Education is her primary source of income.

Angie Motshekga Education

Motshekga holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in educational science from the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits). She has also acquired a Bachelor of Arts degree in education from the University of the North and a Higher Diploma in Education.

Angie Motshekga Reopening schools

Due to COVID – 19, She recently admitted that she is “anxious” about her grandchildren’s return to school. Grade 6 and 11 pupils returned to school on Monday after 105 days at home. Motshekga will visit several schools in Midrand to monitor the readmission of pupils.

Motshekga was interviewed by eNCA morning anchor Jane Dutton about the department’s readiness to receive pupils in Grades 6 and 11 following a months-long lockdown.

Dutton asked about the minister’s own anxiety.

A visibly annoyed Motshekga replied: “What does it matter? It’s personal. Yes, I have a grandson from a late son who is going to Pretoria Boys’ [High School] today. I feel quite anxious. It’s a boarding school, but I have to accept that he has to go to school.”I have lots of family and grandchildren, some of who have already gone back last week. But it’s not about me or my emotions.