About 40 Thembelihle children have not been admitted to schools yet, which parents have blamed on the Gauteng education department's incompetency.
There was much tears and excitement as South African pupils returned to school for the start of the new year.
Concourt ‘regrets’ the lack of national norms that determine when a school is full .
Parents take to the streets to protest against a school's decision to only admit Afrikaans pupils.
The head of the provincial department of education has ultimate control over how many pupils can be admitted to a school, the Concourt has ruled.
More transparent guidance will mean less conflict centered on the governance of public schools.
Hoerskool Fochville and the education department clash over pupils who can't be taught in Afrikaans.
As school admission issues continue to plague Thembelihle pupils, activists battle to place students three weeks after schools have reopened.
The Rivonia school admissions saga might have been avoided if Minister Angie Motshekga had published norms and standards for school capacity.