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Bizana teachers, assistant teachers and residents matched to the Department of education today

This is Bizana town located in Eastern cape, Teachers, Assistant teachers and residents stood up together and matched to the Department of education to lodge their complaints, their complaints includes PPE's for students together with stationeries this comes after government said they do not have books for school kids or learners. They were also talking about the assistant teachers who were not fully paid and now the want them paid all their remaining balance.

Bizana town was as good as closed to day, because protestors were all over the road wanting their voices to be heard. The traffic officers tried their best to control the protestors not to close the roads.

This is where protestors started their songs with whit papers written all their complaints. This is next to Bizana taxi rank next to Brown's hardware as you can see Gogo's from behind.

There were even cars moving with them with loudspeakers for announcements. People were supporting this movement, because they are all struggling to get money for buying books, teachers can't teache in their schools because learners do not have books to write. Textbooks alone doesn't mean teaching can continue, learners needs to highlight important points and write down some notes

Here they were approaching total garage next to Oliver Reginald Thambo Cultural village, the entrance to Bizana town.

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