National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa

 
Soobrayan should face consequences of 'rubber-stamping' agreement
Soobrayan should face consequences of 'rubber-stamping' agreement
Bobby Soobrayan, the embattled director general of the department of basic education, was on Wednesday described in court as someone who does not...
Cosatu intervenes to end E Cape teachers' go-slow
Cosatu intervenes to end E Cape teachers' go-slow
Cosatu this week mediated between disgruntled teachers and the Eastern Cape education department in a bid to end the go-slow at schools over poor...
Teacher bonus ban could head for court
Teacher bonus ban could head for court
School governing body organisations are threatening legal action against the department of basic education for its recent decision to ban bonuses...
Revamped assessment methods in 2012
Revamped assessment methods in 2012
Next year marks the implementation of the ­curriculum and assessment ­policy ­(Caps) introduced by the ­department of basic ­education...
Sadtu is 'self-serving', says DA
Sadtu is 'self-serving', says DA
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union (Sadtu) is "self-serving" and has no interest in the education of children, the Democratic Alliance's...
Public servants' pay increase 'technically correct'
Public servants' pay increase 'technically correct'
The proposed 10,5% salary increase for public servants is technically correct, the National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa...

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