22.10.2020 09:45 am
A court document showed TUT had obtained an interdict against 32 participants allegedly involved in protest action at the various campuses.
The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has obtained a high court interdict preventing disruption of academic activities and other operations at any of its campuses.
Sasco was also calling for increased funding for TVET students in terms of financial allocations.
Williams will continue to report for work, while his dismissal process is concluded, but former Parktonians say they hope the school can now put ‘two decades of scandal’ behind it.
Activists expressed concern that meals were still not reaching up to 1.8 million learners on the days they are at home due to rotating timetables. The department said it would submit a plan to court this week.
MEC Panyaza Lesufi said he was deeply concerned about the ‘sad incident of bullying’ at the school.
In March, shortly after South Africa’s first cases of Covid-19 were confirmed, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced the closure of the country’s schools and the suspension of the NSNP.
Lesufi said the department was not restricting those who felt the urge to establish a school but would advise them to do it the right way.
In addition, some teachers failed to produce legal identification documents and South African Council for Educators (SACE) compliant documents required to teach in schools.
Two principals arrested for running unregistered schools and acting in violation of the Immigration Act.
The cases emanated from complaints lodged against them for alleged serious misconduct according to the university.
The latest death brings the total number of student fatalities at Fort Hare for the 2020 academic year to five.
According to the new calendar, teachers will return to school on 25 January, while learners return on 27 January. Schools will have to carry over some of the curriculum work into the new year.
The 2020 exams will begin on 05 November 2020 and conclude on 15 December 2020.
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande said the number was extremely overwhelming and encouraging and they anticipated a high volume in applications leading up to the closing date.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said the process is set to get underway after the applications for admission started on 25 June this year.