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Schools In KZN Receives Huge Number Of COVID-19 Cases

As it is reported number of Covid-19 cases in KwaZulu-Natal schools increased last week to 187, of which 139 are teachers and 37 are...

Motshekga Says 98% Of Pupils In Grade 7 & 12 Resumed...

Basic education minister Angie Motshekga says there has been a 98% attendance rate by the first cohort of pupils to return to class as...

Motshekga Warns EC Communities From Visiting Schools

Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga has warned community members of Eastern Cape from visiting schools. Amid the increasing numbers of Covid-19 cases in the...

Eastern Cape: “100 Pupils Have Contacted Covid-19 At High School”

The Department said 100 pupils at an Eastern Cape high school have contracted the coronavirus. It’s a matter of the fact that COVID-19 is...

Schools Will Remain Open Beside Covid-19 Infections

Schools related infections paint a bleak picture, yet Deputy President David Mabuza said schools would remain open and the academic year would be saved. Figures...

WC Education To Protect Pupils Who Tested Positive At School

The Western Cape (WC) Education Department says it has a duty to protect the confidentiality of pupils and ensure that individual schools are not...

Gauteng Education Will Not Oppose Mpianzi’s 10 Million Compensation

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi on Monday said his department would not oppose a bid by Enock Mpianzi's family to secure R10 million in...

Lesufi Slammed Western Cape For Reckless Decision Of Opening Schools

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has criticized the decision by the Western Cape government in defying the national government's decision to only officially reopen...

WC Criticized SAHRC For Attempt To Deprive Pupils Right To Education

Western Cape (WC) Education MEC Debbie Schäfer on Tuesday slammed the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) of attempting to prohibit pupils of their...

Teacher Unions Says No Agreement Met To Resume Next Week

Teacher unions on Monday said they still uncertain about whether schools would be ready to resume teaching and learning under COVID-19 regulations come next...

Angie Motshekga: “You Can’t Say You Feel Concerned Expect Back Up”

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga on Monday reiterated that parents who still felt worried about sending their kids back to school could apply for exemption...

Motshekga Apologised For Inconvenience U-Turn On Sunday

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga on Monday morning apologised to South Africans for the inconvenience caused on Sunday. She said when her department at the...

Schools In Western Cape Welcomed Learners Today

The Western Cape opened its doors to Schools learners today contrary to Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga’s decision last night that they only report...

All School Grades To Resume In August According To Schedule

The Basic Education Department has gazetted the final schedule for the reopening of schools in the country. The new directives under the National Disaster Management...

Schools To Open, Meanwhile Gauteng Pupil Tests Positive

Children are getting ready for schools on Monday after a two-month lockdown, a Gauteng pupil has tested positive for coronavirus. Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza...

Motshekga Expects All Teachers To Commence On Monday

Basic education minister Angie Motshekga expressed confidence on Thursday that all teachers where schools had received sufficient personal protective equipment (PPE) are expected to...

Parents Worried As Some Schools Staff Tests Positive

Some schools recording positive Covid-19 cases among staff continues to rise, parents against the reopening of schools next week. It is said Parents were waiting...

Gauteng Schools Received PPE, Set To Resume On Monday

Gauteng Schools set to resume, as they received personal protective equipment (PPE) and they are now gearing up to welcome grade 7 and 12...

Motshekga Expected To Provide Directives As Schools Resume On Monday

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga is expected to sign directives this week that would address various issues in the sector. The detectives including travel permits,...

KZN Educators To Report To Work On This Thursday

Schools in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) will be sanitised and ready for teachers to report for duty on this Thursday. The trade unions said they had conducted...

Educators In Limpopo Not Ready To Resume With School

The South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) in Limpopo on Sunday said that idea of educators to go back to school would not be...

MEC Lesufi Assured Parents Schools Will Comply With Regulations

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has assured parents the province's schools will comply with health and safety guidelines when schools reopen in just over...

Lesufi Insists On Each Learner Receiving Three Masks A Week

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi on Thursday said they will be no longer time for pupils to be congested, classes will accommodate few learners...
Parents aren't looking forward to sending back their children to school hence they are against the government's decision to allow the first group of children to return to school from next month.

Parents Aren’t Looking Forward To Sending Back Their Children To School

Parents aren't looking forward to sending back their children to school hence they are against the government's decision to allow the first group of...

Matric Syllabus Will Not Be Shortened As They Resume

Basic Education Minister confirmed that there will be no syllabus cut for Matric (grade 12s), as they are expected to resume with classes on...
Angie Motshekga has outlined that 1 June is a back to school date for grade 7s and grade 12s the cabinet and the national coronavirus command council have now approved a basic education's plan to reopen schools after a two-month break due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga: Schools To Reopen On 1 June

Angie Motshekga has outlined that 1 June is a back to school date for grade 7s and grade 12s the cabinet and the national...

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