The effect of the use of more R430-million by the Gauteng Province on the schools' reopening
By Mahwira | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 1 views
The previous week , the Gauteng Department of Basic Education made shocking revelations regarding their expenditure in 2020.This was after it revealed that more than R430-million had been used toward the decontamination of schools. However, it has been highlighted that despite that issue, the schools reopening will be going ahead as planned.
However, it was also highlighted that more than 3000 learners are yet to be placed in schools, hence there are about two weeks remaining before schools reopen.Again, despite this set back, the Gauteng Education Department is still confident that schools will be reopening as scheduled .
The department is reported to have confirmed that they received information regarding the text books , the PPEs and the National Schools feeding programme .There is anticipation that the there will be deliveries of PPEs from the 3rd of January 2021.
As far as the expenditure of the more than R430-million on decontamination, investigations by the Special Investigating Unit are underway.
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