National Professional Teachers’ Organisation of South Africa (Naptosa)

 
Eastern Cape joins 70% performance club
Eastern Cape joins 70% performance club
Teacher unions and provincial leaders have commended the department of basic education and the class of 2018 results — noting the hard work and...
Majority of unions sign public sector wage agreement
Majority of unions sign public sector wage agreement
A majority of trade unions have signed the public sector wage agreement, the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) said on...
Rural teachers to get critical backup from assistants
Rural teachers to get critical backup from assistants
The department of basic education is undertaking a major effort to improve literacy and numeracy in three of the country’s most rural provinces....
Late payday highlights plight of grade R teachers
Late payday highlights plight of grade R teachers
Grade R teachers in KwaZulu-Natal were paid several days late this month — highlighting the fact that these foundation-phase educators have...
Class of 2017 achieves a 75.1% pass rate
Class of 2017 achieves a 75.1% pass rate
The matric class of 2017 achieved a pass rate of 75.1%, which is up from 72.5% in 2016.
Debt gobbles teachers’ pensions
Debt gobbles teachers’ pensions
Almost 100 000 of the country’s 381 394 teachers have signed a petition calling on government to urgently amend the provisions of its pension...
​Naptosa rejects Gauteng department of education’s new teacher requirements
​Naptosa rejects Gauteng department of education’s new teacher requirements
The Gauteng education department has been forced to withdraw a controversial examination circular following objections by the provincial branch of...

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