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No buses for KZN pupils who walk 14km to school
No buses for KZN pupils who walk 14km to school
Pupils who have to walk more than 6km to school and back qualify for state-provided transport, according to KwaZulu-Natal education department...
Motshekga: 'We can't be perfect'
Motshekga: 'We can't be perfect'
Failing to provide all textbooks to every single pupil is not a violation of their rights, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says in papers...
An odd allergy in the judiciary
An odd allergy in the judiciary
Faranaaz Veriava is quite right to draw attention to the apparent judicial allergy to the granting of supervision orders or “structural interdicts”, as lawyers like to call them (“A...
Schools unite to fix salary snarl-ups
Schools unite to fix salary snarl-ups
"This might have bad repercussions for me, but I am desperate enough to talk to you. I speak nothing but the truth. About 80 of my pupils don’t...
Education’s legal fires ‘need dousing’
Education’s legal fires ‘need dousing’
If a uniquely wide-ranging application due to be heard in the Western Cape High Court next week succeeds, the government might have to submit...
Our courts are schooling the state
Our courts are schooling the state
In the case of Madzodzo vs Minister of Basic Education last month, Judge Glenn Goosen of the Mthatha high court found that the state's failure...
Eastern Cape education department being taught a lesson
Eastern Cape education department being taught a lesson
The Eastern Cape education department faces three legal storms resulting from cases concerning classroom desks and chairs, unpaid teachers and a...

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