Brief History

Established in 1983, Landulwazi Comprehensive School is a public secondary school for Grades 8 to 12.We are a section 21 school (functions and A&C). The school ‘s subsidy is ring fenced for LTSM (Learners Teacher Support Material), Maintenance (Maintenance of building, grounds and cleaning material).

When school started in 1983, we were housed in two primary schools; RP Maphanzela and Umkhathizwe Primary Schools. Standard 6 learners were taken from Thokothaba High School which was the only high school in Thokoza to the respective primary schools. We moved to the new building in 1985.

The first principal was Mr JM Ndlela followed by Mr PL Potgieter until 1993 and Mrs SC Modibe until2013.

School Leadership

“Masters never ask for respect; neither should they demand it from subordinates; they earn respect  by their behavior” – Joshua Maponga III


Mr Gwegwana NP

Deputy Principals

Mr Mabasa GS (FET) Mr Matlakala J (Senior phase)


  • Mr Mphonyo JS
  • Ms Sihadi MP – Humanities
  • Mr Mafokane PC –  Maths
  • Ms Matlou English (Acting)
  • Ms Shabalala JR
  • Ms Ndlovu J

All in all the management component summary is as follows :-

1 Principal , 2 Deputies, 8 HOD’s, 38 Educators, 3 Admin Assistants, 9 General Assistants, 2 Substitutes.

Vision And Mission Statements

Vision : As one, we aim to do our best in producing the child that is responsible, efficient,accountable, acceptable to the community , marketable and economically prepared.

Mission : The development of democratic, excellent public scholarship system that is accessible to all and provides opportunities of learning and teaching through quality educational practice supported by necessary resources thus careers of their choice and responsible citizens of society

“Good strategies will die on the table unless they are converted into actions”   –   Joshua Maponga 111, So you want to be the Master?

Aims and Objectives

  • To elevate the school’s image and adhere to the school’s vision and mission.
  • To make the school conducive for learning and teaching for both learners and staff members, and create a second home for all stakeholders involved.
  • To unleash learners’ full potential from a curriculum and sports perspective.
  • To form a sustainable partnership with other institutions from various Districts through sports activities such as soccer, netball, volleyball, tennis, chess and debating
  • To create social clubs for learners in order to infuse a sense of pride and teach them about social responsibility, as most of our learners come from destitute families and this will encourage them to be intertwined with education no matter what, for a brighter tomorrow.
  • To have fully functional curriculum and SGB committees
  • To have a track record for our learners and beyond High School.