Western Cape Department of Education

 
More than 11 000 pupils yet to be placed in Western Cape schools
More than 11 000 pupils yet to be placed in Western Cape schools
About 11 200 pupils in the Western Cape are still searching for schools, according to the Western Cape department of education.
Pupils Speak Out: 'They called us the 'K' word and told us to go back to the township'
Pupils Speak Out: 'They called us the 'K' word and told us to go back to the township'
The article you are about to read is part of a weekly series of comment pieces written by South African pupils about the problems they...
Pupils who 'stood up for their rights'
Pupils who 'stood up for their rights'
What is a society that does not take care of its young people, a society that tramples on the rights of young people and a society that will not...
Western Cape school closures case back in court
Western Cape school closures case back in court
Advocate Norman Arendse, representing the 17 schools in the Western Cape, argued on Monday that schools were merely given a one-line reason...
[Slideshow]Society's lost boys
[Slideshow]Society's lost boys
The Ottery Youth Care Centre is one of two of its kind left in the Western Cape. Now the province's education department is threatening to close it.
System fails child rape victim
System fails child rape victim
Education Department labelled the rape 'child's play'

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