Limpopo textbooks crisis

 
'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...
A present with poor education leads to a future with no hope
A present with poor education leads to a future with no hope
A better life for children, is a better life for everyone. No South African child should suffer a poor education, especially when they are so...
More Limpopo textbook woes for 2015?
More Limpopo textbook woes for 2015?
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga’s rescue team in Limpopo allegedly forgot that its deal with textbook publishers, entailing huge discounts...
Progress on Limpopo textbook deliveries - department
Progress on Limpopo textbook deliveries - department
The basic education department is confident that "great progress" has been made in solving Limpopo's problems with supplying textbooks to school...
Schools claim no textbooks received all year
Schools claim no textbooks received all year
In the past two weeks, five schools have said they have not received a single Caps textbook this year, let alone the textbooks for next year,...
Soobrayan is not out of the woods yet
Soobrayan is not out of the woods yet
Another investigation by the Public Service Commission (PSC) into former basic education director general Bobby Soobrayan’s role in the awarding...
Another twist in textbook saga
Another twist in textbook saga
Don't argue with what a court has already patently decided on – that textbooks are a fundamental component of basic education and that if you...
Soobrayan: 'I'm no bad guy'
Soobrayan: 'I'm no bad guy'
Contrary to Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga’s statement in March this year that all investigations – including that by the Public...
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...