Schools to remain open - Motshekga

Schools to remain open - Motshekga

2021-06-19 06:06:00 PM

Schools to remain open - Motshekga

Basic Educations and Training Minister, Angie Motshekga, says will remain open.

She says that COVID-19 cases will be handled according to the differentiated risk adjustment strategy.READ:Motshekga has announced that all teachers, regardless of age, will be vaccinated. The vaccine rollout will begin on 23 June and run until schools close on 8 July.

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The minister says this will hopefully normalise schooling.Teachers need not register for the vaccine as all details have been uploaded in bulk onto the EVDS system. Staff will only need to provide their identity documents and contact information. Read more: eNCA »

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Nooooo I also second the decision that the schools shall remain open, because I don't see any need to keep the children at home while we (as parents) also don't follow the COVID19 safety precautions in our work places, public transports, society and other public places. It's high tym parents keep their children at home then she will see how bad this virus is cos hey children r safe where they r nx

Lomama yagula struu🤦🏽‍♀️ Thank you thank you! Very insightful decision. This is insane. Makes sense. There's no proof of any 3rd wave, none of the numbers can be indepedently confirmed. Its a flu virus with a 99% recovery rate. Kids are basically immune. Their agenda is to return 100% of learners by July…..apparently at any cost!!!!!!! 😡 what happened to “lives over academia”?

If those who are dying in public schools were her closet next-of- kin,will she keep schools reopened?

Covid-19 vaccinations for school staff to start next week - MotshekgaJUST IN: The minister said vaccinations will be voluntary and there will be no age limitation.

Lives is what matters here... If the kids happen to die then where is the education gone to... really this virus will show us flames🔥 Clueless! Private Schools have already closed this past Friday given the statement by the President and the fact that we are officially on 3rd wave of infections, public schools are testing grounds of wait and see by DBE_SA & ElijahMhlanga

Ababuyise ama teacher assistance baqashe noma new teachers Permanently At my daighters school in Durban North a teacher has infected an entire class. I dont understand this and she is in a private school

Schools to remain open, Motshekga says majority of schools remain 'fairly stable'Motshekga said a majority of school governing bodies and teacher unions agreed with the DBE that schools should remain open. Majority? Kana this one le ene... Stellenbosch School Governing Bodies agreed. Which governing bodies?... or when were they asked ? .. What's sad is that learners and stuff are being affected daily... and the number of covid in schools increases...

All teachers to be vaccinated by July 8, says Angie MotshekgaAll teachers will receive a Covid-19 vaccination by the time the winter school holiday begins, basic education minister Angie Motshekga said on Saturday. Like all schools received PPE 🤔 O thomile go yaka o What about Private School Educators? Or it only for Public school staff?

WATCH LIVE | Minister Motshekga holds a briefing on education sector's response to the impact of Covid-19 on schoolingBasic Education Minister Angie Motshekga will hold a media briefing to provide an update on the basic education sector's response to the impact of Covid-19 on schooling.

All teachers to be vaccinated by July 8, says Angie MotshekgaAll teachers will receive a Covid-19 vaccination by the time the winter school holiday begins, basic education minister Angie Motshekga said on Saturday. Great news!! A teacher tested positive at my child's school Guess what They only skipped june16 it's school day as usual Lesufi is this acceptable? All teachers above 40 that is what we were told

WATCH LIVE | Minister Motshekga holds a briefing on education sector's response to the impact of Covid-19 on schoolingBasic Education Minister Angie Motshekga will hold a media briefing to provide an update on the basic education sector's response to the impact of Covid-19 on schooling.