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The Northern Cape sees sharp increases in Covid-19 infections in schools

There has been an increase in positive coronavirus cases in the Northern Cape. Zolile Monakali, Northern Cape MEC for Education said since May 79...

Union concerned about DBE’s ability to manage full-time return to primary schools

The National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa (Naptosa) says teachers are panicking about going back to full-time attendance at primary schools end July. The...

Cornwall Hill College: Learners and parents protest racism at the prestigious school

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi visited Cornwall Hill College in Irene, Pretoria, on Monday morning following allegations of racism at the school. Last week, at...

“We are at risk. They do not care about us” – Free State Teacher

A teacher in the Free State had told Inside Education that the education authorities in the province and the Department of Education (DBE) “does...

Fake poster on social media stating closure of public schools

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has condemned the circulation of fake news on different social media platforms, stating that public schools will shut...

SGBs condemned for disruptive behaviour at schools

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The Democratic Alliance (DA) has condemned the behaviour of the School Governing Bodies (SGB) at Moses Kotane and Julius Sebolai Primary Schools in Braamfischer,...

School pit toilet case in Limpopo postponed

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The court case to fight the eradication of pit toilets in Limpopo schools, originally set to be heard by the High Court of...

May/June 2021 National Senior Certificate exams to start on Wednesday

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has said it is all systems go for the May/June National Senior Certificate examinations (NSC) for the 2021...

Sexual assaults and violence at South Africa’s schools

The 38-year-old teacher accused of raping a grade 10 pupil from Umqele Secondary School’s case has been remanded for 27 May for the bail...

Not enough teachers at North West schools

NYAKALLO TEFU|  The South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) said the North West Department of Education has failed to provide schools with educators two weeks...
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