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SELF-styled kwasa-kwasa dance king Steven Maloabotsheba Sefofa has until Friday to know if he is qualified to run a koma (traditional) school in Limpopo.
This after Vusane Netshimbufe, chairperson of the Koma Task Team in Limpopo announced yesterday that koma schools will be opened on Friday. Sefofa, 44, who failed matric four times, yesterday said he had not yet received a response to his application from the Modjadji Royal House in Bolobedu.
He said he applied to the royal house on May 19 to run a koma school this winter. He was still waiting for the go ahead from the house, he said.
According to policy, Netshimbufe said, the koma schools would be opened a week before formal schools close (schools on June 26) in order to give the koma school principals adequate time to prepare for the enrolment of boys.
He said the koma is expected to end a week before schools re-opened to allow "graduates" time to prepare for school.
Sefofa claimed that since he announced his interest to run a koma, he has been inundated with calls from interested parents.
In response, Netshimbufe said the Modjadji Royal House had not yet received Sefofa's application. He said the house had to date received 134 applications from the Waterberg, Capricorn and Mopani regions.
He said applications would close on Friday.