Nyanga police in Cape Town are investigating a murder case after the burnt body of man was found at a school in the area. Western Cape Police spokesperson Noloyiso Rwexana says the body was found in Dyamara Street in Brown’s Farm earlier today. She says, “According to information, police attended[…]
Teachers’ union the Suid Afrikaanse Onderwysers Unie (SAOU) says it will continue engaging with government to ensure the continuity of the school year amidst the second wave of the coronavirus. Schools are set to reopen on January 27. The SAOU says that so far, 1 059 teachers have lost their[…]
A total of 34,565 pupils in seven provinces have been exempted from attending school because of the fear of contracting Covid-19 – including a whopping 28,861 from the Western Cape. A further 10,903 pupils had declared comorbidities. Director-general of basic education Mathanzima Mweli released the figures to parliament on Tuesday.[…]
Sleep consultant Jolandi Becker says it is important to make sure that children are mentally prepared for changes, as more of them head back to school on Monday, following the easing of lockdown regulations. Becker says many children are battling to adapt to the new normal that the coronavirus has ushered in.[…]
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday evening that all public schools would close for a four-week period as the country continued to battle Covid-19 and that the state would establish a new unit to prosecute Covid-19-related corruption. In a televised address to the nation, the president said the “coronavirus storm”[…]
Parents all over the country have responded with mixed reaction to the government’s decision to allow the first group of children to return to school from next month. In less than two weeks, grade 7 and grade 12 pupils will go back to their classrooms but under strict rules. Basic[…]
The Democratic Alliance has urged the basic education department to work closely with the South African Police Service (SAPS) to ensure maximum police visibility at schools during the coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown. This followed Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga’s confirmation that 397 schools had been vandalised across the country since the[…]
Learning has been disrupted for a second day in a row at two schools in Bloekombos, Kraaifontein. Classes at Masibambane Secondary School and Bloekombos Secondary have been cancelled due to protest action by community leaders and parents in the area. Community leaders at Bloekombos and parents of learners at Masibambane[…]
As we are head into the final weeks of December, parents are looking to manage their financial budgets to avoid the stress of January. Parents will have to deal with the high costs of stationery and school uniforms, in a month considered to be financially taxing for many. It’s much harder[…]
Speculations is rife amongst the Delft community after several learners fainted at a local primary school on Thursday. At least 14 pupils at Masonwabe Primary school in Delft were rushed to nearby health facilities on Thursday after they fainted, with some displaying signs of seizures. Residents rushed to school to[…]
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