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Investing in education: The case for independent schools in SA

Investing in education across the continent is becoming vital

Financial strains may mean some pupils won’t find schools in 2018

The Gauteng Department of Education is under immense financial pressure, trying to place 63 456 students before the school year for 2018 starts.

Foundations are laid to tackle the mud schools debacle

Lawyers and activists say the Eastern Cape education department must make public its schedule of repairs to schools.

Every class should have a teacher

A political commitment is needed to resolve the teacher shortage in many schools.

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