Speech contest boosts pupils’ confidence

Pupils who participated in the contest.

The Krishna Rabilal Foundation, in partnership with the eThekwini Municipal Libraries, hosted the Satish Juggernath Speech Contest at the Merebank Community Centre, recently.

The foundation’s mission was to promote development through a variety of programmes by educating young people to become more confident about speaking in public, which will enable them address issues at school or in the community. The speech contest was divided into two parts, a five minutes prepared speech and a three minutes impromptus speech.

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Chairman of the foundation, Roshan Ramdheen, said that the aim of the contest was to encourage pupils to make positive changes with the power of using their voices. “All participants were presented with a certificate for participation and were congratulated on their efforts,” he said.

Candice George

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