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ECONOMY-FINANCE

NAPTOSA has shared news flash on the summary of the consolidated wage demands by Public Sector union

The angry and tired public servants have finished consolidating their demands that will be presented to the government. An initial presentation was done in the past week with government negotiators asking for time to engage their principal. The parties will meet again on the 22nd of this Month for formal negotiations.

  6 days ago ago
NAPTOSA has shared news flash on the summary of the consolidated wage demands by Public Sector union

EDUCATION

Bad news for SA schools this afternoon

The National Professional Teachers' Organization of South Africa has raised worry about the "unhinged" staffing circumstance in schools in KwaZulu-Natal. "The circumstance in the schools is off the wall. There are no educators in schools from as far back as January 2021," NAPTOPSA CEO, Thirona Moodley said.

  8 months ago ago
Bad news for SA schools this afternoon

RELIGION

NAPTOSA wishes its Muslim members a holy Ramadan Mubarak as the holy month starts proceeded by Moon

The South African constitution recognise all traditions and religious beliefs. Everyone in our country is free to practice the tradition or religion of their choice. But the most dominant religion in South Africa is Christianity. We actually have public holidays that observe Christian moments in history. We are currently heading to Easter weekend which signifies the time Jesus Christ was crucified on the cross by the Jews.

  1 month ago ago
NAPTOSA wishes its Muslim members a holy Ramadan Mubarak as the holy month starts proceeded by Moon

EDUCATION

DBE is alleged to be under pressure to review the 30% pass mark policy but NAPTOSA had this to say

The Department of Basic Education is reported to be under pressure to make a review of its 30% pass mark policy for the matriculants . The Department is reported to have admitted that it was aware of the arguments by some stakeholders for the threshold to be risen to 50 % .

  4 months ago ago
DBE is alleged to be under pressure to review the 30% pass mark policy but NAPTOSA had this to say

EDUCATION

‘Students Can Drink Alcohol In School To Their Satisfaction During Lockdown’ Mabuza Drops Bombshell

Private capacities at schools are regularly utilized as an apparatus to raise assets for school exercises, visits and different undertakings. The Department of Basic Education (DBE) will before long hope to explain the condition under which liquor could be sold on school premises during private capacities.

  5 months ago ago
‘Students Can Drink Alcohol In School To Their Satisfaction During Lockdown’ Mabuza Drops Bombshell

PARENTING

Department Is Putting A Yoke Around The Neck Of Teachers To Report Pregnancies Of Underage Girls

The number of pregnant minors has risen high in recent times with learners as young as 10 years olds becoming mothers. The National Professional Teacher's Organisation of South Africa has embraced the announcement of the Basic Education Department's policy in the prevention and management of pregnancies of pupils in schools.

  5 months ago ago
Department Is Putting A Yoke Around The Neck Of Teachers To Report Pregnancies Of Underage Girls

EDUCATION

Teachers-Bad news for education department

JOHANNESBURG - Teacher's association Naptosa said there weren't adequate advisors in schools to manage the viciousness happening on school premises. The tutoring local area in Gauteng has been shaken by lethal assaults including understudies following a 16-year-old kid was wounded to death, purportedly by a 14-year-old young lady from an adjoining school in Alexandra on Thursday.

  8 months ago ago
Teachers-Bad news for education department

EDUCATION

Teacher's union wants a mandatory vaccination policy for children aged between 12 and 17

Getty Images The National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa (Naptosa) has called for a mandatory vaccination policy to be implemented to ensure that more children aged 12 to 17 are immunized. Naptosa's executive director, Basil Manuel, stated that unvaccinated children are already not permitted to enrol in public schools.

  5 months ago ago
Teacher's union wants a mandatory vaccination policy for children aged between 12 and 17

EDUCATION

NAPTOSA supporting schools to be back to normal

NAPTOSA is reported to be in support of schools being back to normal . The National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa ( NAPTOSA ) reportedly said that if things were to go its way , schools would go back to normal under normal circumstances . A health specialist who reportedly spoke to eNCA about the return of normal supported full time learning .

  4 months ago ago
NAPTOSA supporting schools to be back to normal

EDUCATION

Bad news for the education department

CAPE TOWN - Teachers' association Naptosa fears rising COVID-19 contaminations could affect the matric class of 2021. Grade 12 students start fundamental tests this week however schools in KwaZulu-Natal have recorded 780 new cases over the previous week, Northern Cape schools saw 526 and the Eastern Cape recorded 400.

  8 months ago ago
Bad news for the education department

EDUCATION

SCHOOL: Latest schools update but this is bad News |Opinion

The National Professional Teachers' Organization of South Africa has raised stress over the "unhinged" staffing situation in schools in KwaZulu-Natal. "The situation in the schools is crazy. There are no teachers in schools from as far back as January 2021," NAPTOPSA CEO, Thirona Moodley said.

  8 months ago ago
SCHOOL: Latest schools update but this is bad News |Opinion

EDUCATION

Bad news from education department

The National Professional Teachers' Organization of South Africa has raised worry about the "frantic" staffing circumstance in schools in KwaZulu-Natal. "The circumstance in the schools is frantic. There are no instructors in schools from as far back as January 2021," NAPTOPSA CEO, Thirona Moodley said.

  8 months ago ago
Bad news from education department

EDUCATION

Matric analysts encouraged to get immunized as test checking gets going

https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/matric-examiners-urged-to-get-vaccinated-as-exam-marking-gets-under-way-cad0029f-d65e-411d-8039-24b975389b10?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1638964205 Cape Town - The 2021 matric assessment markers have been encouraged to get immunized prior to revealing for obligation, as checking gets going today. Public Professional Teachers' Organization of SA (Naptosa) leader chief Basil Manuel said they had requested that the office ensure that markers, and each and every individual who will be at the stamping focuses, are completely inoculated.

  5 months ago ago
Matric analysts encouraged to get immunized as test checking gets going

EDUCATION

Why SA Classroom looking so desperate in situation

The National Professional Teachers’ Organisation of South Africa has raised situation approximately the “desperate” staffing scenario in colleges in KwaZulu-Natal. “The scenario in the faculties is desperate. There aren't anyt any instructors in colleges from as some distance returned as January 2021,” NAPTOPSA CEO, Thirona Moodley stated.

  8 months ago ago
Why SA Classroom looking so desperate in situation

EDUCATION

Mandatory Vaccination in Schools : Some educator unions in support of the initiative

A report has been issued highlighting that two of the largest teachers´ unions in South Africa will be conducting meetings to discuss the way forward regarding mandatory vaccination in schools . Some of the private schools have already given their staff members up to the end of the year to get vaccinated .

  5 months ago ago
Mandatory Vaccination in Schools : Some educator unions in support of the initiative

EDUCATION

Here is what most SA educational experts are expecting regarding the 2021 Matric results

Most educational experts who reportedly spoke to Rapport highlighting what they expected in regard to the 2021 Matric results expressed a lot of negativity .This was because they said that that South Africa did not have to expect better 2021 Matric results compared to the 2020 results . There was a pass rate of 76.2 % in 2020 , which was lower than the 81.3% for the year 2019.

  4 months ago ago
Here is what most SA educational experts are expecting regarding the 2021 Matric results

EDUCATION

Bad news from the department of education

Education Dept stressed understudies missing out on educational plan since beginning of COVID JOHANNESBURG – The Basic Education Department said that it was exceptionally stressed over understudies missing out on the educational plan since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The office said that all things considered, this deficiency of learning would have a more noteworthy effect in more unfortunate networks where youngsters had less admittance to powerful far off promising circumstances and home help.

  9 months ago ago
Bad news from the department of education

EDUCATION

Teachers- bad news for education department

JOHANNESBURG - Teacher's association Naptosa said there weren't adequate advocates in schools to manage the brutality happening on school premises. The tutoring local area in Gauteng has been shaken by dangerous assaults including students following a 16-year-old kid who was cut to death, purportedly by a 14-year-old young lady from an adjoining school in Alexandra on Thursday.

  8 months ago ago
Teachers- bad news for education department

EDUCATION

Bad news from education department

The National Professional Teachers' Organization of South Africa has raised worry about the "frantic" staffing circumstance in schools in KwaZulu-Natal. an enormous room with tables and chairs© Provided by The South African "The circumstance in the schools is frantic. There are no educators in schools from as far back as January 2021," NAPTOPSA CEO, Thirona Moodley said.

  8 months ago ago
Bad news from education department

EDUCATION

Naptosa says lack of counsellors in schools contribute to violent incidents

JOHANNESBURG - Teacher's association Naptosa said there weren't adequate guides in schools to manage the viciousness happening on school premises. The tutoring local area in Gauteng has been shaken by destructive assaults including understudies following a 16-year-old kid was wounded to death, purportedly by a 14-year-old young lady from an adjoining school in Alexandra on Thursday.

  8 months ago ago
Naptosa says lack of counsellors in schools contribute to violent incidents