A new development has revealed that the Education Minister, Angie Motshekga is at the verge of losing her ministerial position as the move by education union hits hard on her. A lot more must have gone wrong in the country following the minister's decision to open schools amid covid-19 pandemic.
The education union is on her neck and are calling on president Ramaphosa-led government to immediately expel her from her exhorted position as the country's Education Minister. The move is on, the heat is tensed as more blames are being apportioned to Minister Angie.
According to a report by South African Broadcasting Coperation(SABC), the Education Union body has called on president Cyril Ramaphosa to dismiss the education minister, Angie Motshekga, giving him two months grace to implement their decision.
The aggrieved union has blamed the minister following an unexpected development were about 2000 students were reported to have died from coronavirus, while few other teachers too had tested positive.
The aggrieved union had vowed to take more strident measures such as locking down various schools and institutions should president Ramaphosa fail to comply with their demand.
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