Minister of basic Education Angie motshekga has confirmed during a press briefing that all schools will re-open on the 27 January 2021. It has been a tough 2020,with the pandermic turning our lives up side down,the department of education has been running back and forth ensuring that all schools are running smoothly and all necessary support is provided in all provinces. “All provinces have finalised admission processes. District offices will be on site to aid parents where there is a need” Motshekga said.
The school is a place where people go to study and gain knowledge and become educated. But nowadays the place were people must go get education is a place of sorrow and pain bullying and murdering place is now a ring of criminal activity. At south African schools kids go to school armed with pangas and many scared weapon .
Schools across the country have been closed since the lockdown in a bid to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Basic Education Minister Angie Mosthekga is expected to announce this week the department 's preparation with regards to the reopening of schools. However Unions and some experts are are worried that the basic education department' s tentative plan to reopen schools may be too ambitious. After two months of lockdown, France has begun to lift restrictions, including the reopening of schools and pres
Former DA leader Mmusi Maimane has launched a petition to keep schools closed. Maimane said the launch of the petition was to send a 'strong message' to the government that they could not make "rushed, ill-advised and half baked decisions" that could affect the safety and health of children. " The truth is that the politians who make these decisions are too afraid to return to parliament but happy to send millions of children into crowded classrooms together - many without water and basic infrastructure.It
Minister Angie Mosthekga announced that schools expected to reopen on the 1st of June for Grade 12 and 7 pupils. The details for other grades were not provided. Minister Angie Mosthekga said only 'schooling sector' will be open from 04 may. *Office - based staff to return to work on 4th of May 2020. *Teachers will return to work on 18th of May 2020. *School management teams should return to work on the 11th of May 2020. Minister insisted that these are the proposed dates. 'For now we are preparing for Grade
According to Basic Education Minister Angie Mosthekga, the government is trying to make various improvements to schools in South Africa to cover time missed in teaching. Motshekga said that the major difficulty now faced by the education sector is the social distance and spacing requirements for school pupils.
Basic Education Minister Angie Mosthekga will this week announce the department 's preparations with regards to the reopening of schools. Mosthekga is expected to provide details of the final dates and detailed plans for the phased approach to the possible reopening of schools. The minister held serval meetings with stakeholders in the basic education sector on Monday. The purpose of the meetings were to consider the state of readiness for the reopening of schools. The department said" The minister wishes t
On Tuesday Minister of Basic Education Angie Mosthekga announced that schools will reopen on the 1 of June. "We will start with grades 7 and 12 and small schools. The others grades will follow in due course" Minister Angie Mosthekga said during a media briefing on Tuesday 19 May. However, many parents and guardians took toTwitter to express their concerns about the reopening of schools. Some parents said they would not be allowing their children to return to school until it is completely safe to do so. The
Basic Education Minister Angie Mosthekga is expected to announce this week the department 's preparation with regards to the reopening of schools. The minister is expected to provide details of the final dates and detailed plans for the phased approach to the possible of schools. Last month, Mosthekga proposed for Grade 1 and Grade 12 to reopen on the 1st of June. The minister reiterated that the department of basic education (DBE) primary concern was the health and safety of all pupils and, as such, social
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The covid-19 pandemic has affected the schooling year negatively and it has caused so many futures of young matriculants to be bleak and dubious. With many wondering if they'll make it. Sipho Mnguni Its no doubt that many matriculants are scared and wondering if they would pass their matric or not. Consequently, they are wondering about their future too seeing that a matric certificate holds a big part of a possible bright future. The education minister Angie Mosthekga had a virtual meeting with education M