22.5.2020 05:00 pm
A group of concerned parents and allies opposed to the planned reopening of schools in S.A. for the 2020 academic year have started a Facebook group to gain support against the reopening of school.
This week the department of education shared the finalised dates for the reopening of SA schools. South African schools closed two days (March 18) ahead of the Easter holidays and remain closed up to today. Ordinarily, schools were supposed to be closed from March 20 and reopen on March 31. The declaration of the June 1 date for the return to school has evoked mixed reactions. A Facebook group of parents called #Save our children which is against the reopening has now launched and is gaining momentum having gotten 12 000 members in just 20 days since its launch
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