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Mzansi calls for the stepping aside of the Minister of basic education here is why

When one is the public service business it is not doing what you think is good for the public but trying ones best to serve the public’s needs according to the public. However for the minister of basic education it is not the case as people are not happy with the way in which she has been handling things. 

Angie has reside of the office of the minister of basic education for for almost 12 years that is since 2009 and she has lot site of what she is required to do and what her duties are to the people of South Africa.

People around South Africa have been complaining of the state of the schools in different provinces with them noting that the schools buildings are falling apart with some noting that if heavy rains should come the buildings would collapse.

Reports from Eastern Cape have come through about the state of schools in the that province, the schools are not properly fenced and they are in a bad state.

Twitter was abuzz and Mmusi shared a tweet that it was time for Angie to also step aside as she has occupied that office for way too long.

Angie last year told the public that they are not compelled to send their kids to school after she decided to open schools in the middle of a pandemic thus exposing the both kids and teachers to the pandemic.

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