Back to school | Parly concerned over school state of readiness

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Back to school | Parly concerned over school state of readiness

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Back to school | Parly concerned over school state of readiness

Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Education says many schools still face a host of problems.

How ready are our schools for the 2022 academic year? Well, the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education is visiting schools to assess their readiness. eNCA speaks to Committee Chair, Bongiwe Mbinqo-Gigaba for more. CourtesyPARLIAMENT - Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Education is worried schools are not ready to begin the academic year.

It's been visiting schools around the country.READ:KZN Storms | Education Dept. rushing to repair 186 damaged schoolsThe committee says many schools still face a host of problems. It's also concerned that the issues are not new but recurring.The Basic Education Portfolio Committee's Bongiwe Mbinqo-Gigaba said,"there are some issues of concern: learner transport, issue of delivery of books, infrastructure. some schools are waiting for mobile classes."

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Tuesday 18 January 2022 - 4:00pm How ready are our schools for the 2022 academic year? Well, the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education is visiting schools to assess their readiness.Mafe was arrested outside Parliament's precinct during the catastrophic fire of 2 January.1 day ago But Dirks’ own party has taken aim at him.1 day ago But Dirks’s own party has taken aim at him.

eNCA speaks to Committee Chair, Bongiwe Mbinqo-Gigaba for more. Courtesy PARLIAMENT - Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Education is worried schools are not ready to begin the academic year. Where were the police? He is charged with housebreaking with the intention to commit theft and theft, arson, malicious injury to property, and offences in terms of the Protection of Constitutional Democracy Against Terrorism and Related activities Act. It's been visiting schools around the country.   The letter, signed by ANC chief whip Pemmy Majodina, reads: “Further to the resolution that Strategy would meet once Scopa Study Group members had left the meeting, this serves to advise that the necessary deliberations took place. READ: KZN Storms | Education Dept.  Mafe in an affidavit denied the charges. rushing to repair 186 damaged schools The committee says many schools still face a host of problems..

It's also concerned that the issues are not new but recurring. For only R75 per month , you have access to a world of in-depth analyses, investigative journalism, top opinions and a range of features.. The Basic Education Portfolio Committee's Bongiwe Mbinqo-Gigaba said,"there are some issues of concern: learner transport, issue of delivery of books, infrastructure. some schools are waiting for mobile classes. Invest in the future today." "All these are not new. Get the Sunday Times Daily app or daily email newsletter Sunday Times Daily reported that Hlengwa said Dirks would be given a chance to present his case. The problem with [the] governmet is leadership changes which is a factor in how we do things. Dirks wrote to Hlengwa asking that his committee summon Ramaphosa, after a leaked recording of an ANC NEC meeting at which the president spoke about the use of state money for certain campaigns in the lead-up to the 2017 ANC elective conference.

" "When things don't work and you take it to Education Department -- one leader thinks it will work one way then another comes and thinks it's better to do it like that. That's one of the issues.” In his letter to Hlengwa Dirks implies Ramaphosa might have committed perjury when he failed to alert the Zondo commission to his knowledge of allegations of abuse of state funds." Source .