It’s time to scrutinise the failure rate

2022/01/24 14:56:00

SOWETAN | It’s time to scrutinise the failure rate

SOWETAN | It’s time to scrutinise the failure rate

Despite overall good performance under difficult circumstances and various promises and curriculum changes meant to improve the quality of education for all, there remain systemic problems in education that blight the achievements.

A quarter of those who wrote matric exams didn’t make it By - 24 January 2022 - 09:05 Last week hundreds of thousands of 2021 matric pupils received their results and were met with emotional responses from across the country ranging from euphoria to devastation.African ruling parties change constitutions because they don’t want to be held accountable for corruption, incompetence and violence against citizens Columnist 23 January 2022 - 00:00 Governing parties and leaders changing constitutions at will — or exempting themselves from adhering to them — is one of the main reasons why development has failed, public services have collapsed and instability has been the norm in most postcolonial African countries.3 days ago A manager told Malema he would not be allowed inside and handed him a letter.20 January 2022 - 05:00 Johannesburg.

For those who did well it was a moment to celebrate hard-earned accomplishments that will give them a head start for the future.For those who didn’t do well it was a time of despair and disappointment...But after engaging us outside the restaurant, they realised there is no need not to engage,” said Malema..This article is reserved for Sunday Times subscribers.This article is free to read if you register or sign in.But as long as cities are disrupted by the sore losers of the local government elections — as happened at the Joburg council last week — recovery from years of neglect and shoddy governance is a pipe dream.

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