Another teachers' union calls on government to close schools as Motshekga cancels meeting | News24

Pressure to close schools as Covid-19 gains momentum has been mounting, with the National Professional Teachers' Organisation of SA joining the choir of voices demanding that schooling be halted.

2020-07-15 09:38:00 AM

Pressure to close schools as the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa gains momentum has been mounting, with the National Professional Teachers' Organisation of SA joining the choir of voices demanding that schooling be halted.

Pressure to close schools as Covid-19 gains momentum has been mounting, with the National Professional Teachers' Organisation of SA joining the choir of voices demanding that schooling be halted.

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Pressure mounts as another teacher union calls on Motshekga to close schoolsPressure is mounting on basic education minister Angie Motshekga to close schools

Close schools until after the Covid-19 pandemic peaks: SadtuThe SA Democratic Teachers Union on Tuesday called on the government to close schools countrywide until after the Covid-19 pandemic has reached its peak.

Unions call for classes to be suspended until after Covid-19 peakThe unions have threatened to strike if basic education minister Angie Motshekga keeps schools open

Schools must be closed with immediate effect, Sadtu urges DBEThe South African Democratic Teachers Union has resolved during a special national executive committee meeting that all schools must be closed ahead of the country's Covid-19 peak.

Union calls on teachers, pupils to picket until Ramaphosa 'listens' and closes schoolsThe Educators Union of SA has called on teachers and pupils to picket from Tuesday to pressure President Cyril Ramaphosa to close schools as the number of Covid-19 infections increases.

Union calls on teachers, pupils to picket until Ramaphosa 'listens' and closes schoolsThe Educators Union of SA has called on teachers and pupils to picket from Tuesday to pressure President Cyril Ramaphosa to close schools as the number of Covid-19 infections increases.