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Summing up the legal battles fought for better schools

We summarise the legal battles fought to improve the quality of education in South Africa.

From shacks to shops – new uses for abandoned state schools

People are living in some of the many schools that have been closed because of low enrolment numbers. Others are used as business premises

Motshekga airs basic education’s infrastructure budget woes

During the department's budget vote speech, the minister emphasised that budget cuts will make it difficult to deliver safe infrastructure

Equal Education must get its facts straight

'The article’s unsubstantiated information is best described as an attack on the CDC’s integrity'

Motshekga denies responsibility in toilet death

The state said they should not have known that the toilet Michael Komape drowned in was unsafe for use.

How much longer for better school infrastructure?

Equal Education and pupils frustrated by the long wait for better school infrastructure picketed outside the basic education department's office.

Dodgy data leads to flawed plans

Provincial plans for school infrastructure should be made public to ensure correct needs are met.

Pupils lift lid on Tembisa toilets

Residents are auditing sanitation at schools to ensure the government keeps its promises.

New Mpumalanga schools sweep the board

Mpumalanga has replaced 14 substandard rural schools with two state-of-the-art institutions.

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Covid-19 and Back to School Webinar

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5G technology is the future

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