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Here Is Why KZN Schools Are In Serious Trouble

Durban - Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga visited different schools in Durban following the horrendous flooding in the territory last week.

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The clergyman's point was to evaluate the harm brought about by the floods and to meet with the commonplace schooling division.

Motshekga, along with KZN Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu, visited Brettonwood High School on Tuesday. She said that they have chosen to return all KZN schools for them to figure out the number of schoolchildren were impacted by the debacle.

"I have had a gathering with the MEC and we settled on how we will assist every one of the schools that with having been impacted. As the schools have given us the data, we are working with the division so we give schools course readings," said Motshekga.

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She comprehended that not all students and educators would come to school, yet schools would stay open so the specific quantities of kids who are the survivors of flooding will be gathered by Friday this week.

"Friday is our cutoff time. I'm working with the Minister of Communications so she can assist me with bringing (data on) instructors and kids that we can't reach. We will assist all schools with settling down as quickly as time permits. We are evaluating the harms and what is conceivable under such conditions," said Motshekga.

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