Shortly after the announcement of more grades returning to school parents flooded to social media to voice their concerns of their little ones returning to school. Parents have now again turned to social media platform to let the Minister of Basic Education know that their children are not returning to schools. They do not have a problem with their children repeating the grade. A new trend has began in which parents post a picture of their children who are in grade R which goes along with a sweet written love
Source: https://twitter.com/MmusiMaimane/status/1479779383078526977?t=-lOO7c_IbC6ZqIv_2wRVMg&s=19 "Three questions for you AngieMotshekga 1. Do you think you are doing a good job as minister of basic education? 2. What message is sent to the youth when they are told get 3x40% and 3x30% to qualify?
BACK2SCHOOL: "Matric Pupils Will Sit For The Same Exam They Would Have Written," Says AngieMotshekga
The Department of Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga Visited Letlhabile Schools In Britz, North West To Monitor The Return Of The Grade 12 After A Break Due To Covid-19 Impact. Image: Sourced Online Angie Motshekga on her visit raised concerns arising from the curriculum and school dropouts. Minister Motshekga mentioned that though curriculum will be trimmed, it didn't mean that the cut portion would be abandoned. However, it can take up to three years to catch up, in that case learners in other grades
South Africans Break Silent After Seeing the Picture Of Black Kids Suffering While Going to School South Africans has Allegedly voice out their displeasure on Twitter after the picture of black kids passing through River just to get school surface around the social media.
Minister Mrs. Angie Motshekga addressing learners at Eletsa Secondary School in Brits this morning. When you're already behind on the syllabus but the minister wants to get her speech in. Thank you to the Minister and the Department for their continued dedication and hard work for our children. God Bless. Minister @AngieMotshekga is not visiting schools with issues. A journalist indicated that many schools in Limpopo never opened due to infrastructure or no water. Minister denied that there's been no school