Parents of learners at Lindobuhle Junior Secondary School at Qandu village in Port St Johns in the Eastern Cape want government’s intervention to improve their school.
Schools in Kenya will reopen on Monday, starting with Grade 4, Class 8 and Form 4.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says while there’s been an improvement on attendance.
Gauteng parents who’ve applied to have their children enrolled in Grade 1 and 8 next year have seven days in which to accept the school at which their children have been placed or risk forfeiting the space.
The National Teacher’s Union (NATU) has called on the Department of Basic Education to reconsider keeping substitute teachers in schools until the end of the year.