It has emerged that two of the largest teacher unions in South Africa will hold meetings in order to discuss mandatory vaccinations in South African schools in the coming weeks .
Mr Basil Manuel from the National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa informed that his union was in the middle of conducting surveys regarding the issue of Covid-19 vaccinations .The results from the survey are expected to be available in the coming week and they will determine where the union stands .
Mr Basil however stated that most of its members were in support of the vaccination drive .Mugwena Maluleke from South African Democratic Teachers´ Union revealed that his union was yet to deliberate on the mandatory vaccinations.
He however said that they were in support of the view that everyone had to get vaccinated in order to protect children from getting infected with Covid-19 .It was not revealed when the union would be meeting on the matter .
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