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It will be “devastating” if schools don’t open on 19 July – says Motshekga

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said it will be devastating if the country’s schools are not allowed to reopen on 19 July as planned. Motshekga...

Technology in the classroom

The early introduction of technology in schools is important so to close the gap between where current graduates are and where they need to...

Public schools set to shut down, reopen 19 July

NYAKALLO TEFU| Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga on Monday announced that public schools across the country will shut down this week and reopen on...

PART 2: What provincial departments of education will focus on in the 2021/2022 financial year

NALEDI SHOTA| Provincial departments of education have in recently outlined their plans and what they will be prioritising in this financial year through budget vote...

BREAKING: Schools to shut down from Wednesday

Schools across the country and contact classes at tertiary institutions will start shutting down from this Wednesday 30 June. This is according to President Cyril...

More than 48 000 people vaccinated on the first day of the basic education vaccination programme

NALEDI SHOTA|  On the first day of the basic education vaccination programme, the department said more than 48 000 teachers and education departments staff were vaccinated.  On...

Western Cape starts teacher vaccination

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The Western Cape Education Department said it is ready to begin with its Johnson and Johnson (J&J) vaccine rollout on Wednesday. According to the...

Limpopo education department concerned about the number of coronavirus cases at schools

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The education department in Limpopo says it is seeing a sharp increase of reported Covid-19 cases in the at schools particularly in the...

North West teacher assaulted by a parent in class

NALEDI SHOTA and NYAKALLO TEFU|  A teacher at a North West primary school was allegedly assaulted by a parent of two learners at the school...

Union calls for educators not to go to work for two days

NYAKALLO TEFU|   The Educators Union of South Africa (EUSA) has called on teachers across the country to withdraw their labour from Monday 21 June. The union...
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