15.6.2019 06:00 am
The Gauteng Education MEC warned anyone opposing his social cohesion strategy that it was not open to negotiations.
Racial segregation in schools based on language won’t be tolerated, Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi warned yesterday.
Several protests have disrupted schooling in Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal and North West.
“Our children don’t deserve such conditions,” one parent said.
The party says the tragic shooting of a teacher in Durban has once again highlighted the breakdown in proper security at many KZN schools.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has made a commitment to make the appointment by the end of the year.
The nine-year-old child was not happy at his former school as his peers were allegedly bullying him because of his speech disorder.
The amount recorded in the school’s cash receipt books reportedly does not match the school’s bank records.
‘Our schools have been turned into a circus by a few learners who want to do as they please,’ says a spokesperson.
The alliance focuses on addressing global challenges including youth empowerment, education, and health.
The school said the suspect in the matter is the school’s SRC president.
The Solidarity NetWork is an answer to the Fourth Industrial Revolution and to a weakening state, the trade union says.
Learners say the school is like a prison where gangs flourish.
Priority will reportedly be given to students from disadvantaged communities.
North West premier Job Mokgoro appointed Matsemela to lead the education portfolio last week, following the general elections.