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The class of 2022 in KwaZulu-Natal is worried about lost teaching time as school is still out. Read

While the province of KwaZulu-Natal is busy trying to pick up the pieces following massive floods that happened last week with the help from the national government, the class of 2022 is already worried about lost teaching time.

More than 600 schools have been damaged during the floods. From that number 124 schools have been badly damaged, meaning a lot of money will be required to fix those particular schools.

The minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga is in KwaZulu-Natal assessing the damage of the of schools and to find out what the department can do in order to get learners back to class.

The MEC of education in KwaZulu-Natal promised more assistance to grade 12 learners in order to ensure that they prepare well for their examination.

Schools in KwaZulu-Natal are still mourning the deaths of learners, an educator and Food Handler who died in the floods. Authorities are proceeding with caution making sure the return of learners is not rushed.


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Angie Motshekga KwaZulu-Natal MEC


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