Limpopo education department

 
Michael Komape’s death haunted his sister’s dreams for over a year, court hears
Michael Komape’s death haunted his sister’s dreams for over a year, court hears
Little Michael Komape loved books, he spent most of his time reading. He was a good listener, did not like to fight and was very neat.
School tried to conceal Michael Komape’s death, court hears
School tried to conceal Michael Komape’s death, court hears
The Limpopo High Court heard today how the governing body of Mahlodumela Primary School and its management team tried to conceal the news of the...
Michael Komape's mother relives seeing her dead son's hand inside a pit toilet
Michael Komape's mother relives seeing her dead son's hand inside a pit toilet
It is almost three years since Michael Komape died and his family is yet to receive an apology from the Department of Basic Education, Limpopo...
'Rich' schools to raise fees after textbook squeeze
'Rich' schools to raise fees after textbook squeeze
Limpopo’s more wealthy schools will be forced to increase tuition fees drastically next year following a decision by the provincial education...
Government violated Limpopo childrens' right to education, says court
Government violated Limpopo childrens' right to education, says court
Government has violated the constitutional right to basic education by failing to deliver all textbooks to all Limpopo schoolchildren on time this...
Limpopo textbook case heard in Pta court
Limpopo textbook case heard in Pta court
A high court judge in Pretoria refused on Tuesday to draw any conclusions on allegations that Limpopo school principals who reported textbook...
Limpopo back in court over lack of textbooks
Limpopo back in court over lack of textbooks
In a disturbing rerun of the worst textbooks crisis in democratic South Africa's history, the Limpopo education department is due to find...
Limpopo schools still without textbooks
Limpopo schools still without textbooks
Some schools in Limpopo have still not received their textbooks for the 2014 school year, Rapport newspaper reported on Sunday.
Department investigates student's R7.7m tender
Department investigates student's R7.7m tender
A 23-year-old student awarded a R7.7-million tender to supply food to Limpopo schools insists her mother's senior job in the provincial...
Section 27 commends education department on textbook delivery
Section 27 commends education department on textbook delivery
Civil society lobby group Section27 is impressed with the state of text book deliveries in Limpopo for the 2014 academic year, it said on Monday....
No meals are 'serious setback' for hungry pupils
No meals are 'serious setback' for hungry pupils
'It's not good to be taught hungry. It's better for concentration if we get food," grade 11 pupil Khuliso Sebokwane told the...
Limpopo pupils go hungry for two months
Limpopo pupils go hungry for two months
Pupils at a Limpopo school have not had school meals for over two months, rights organisation Section27 said on Monday.

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