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25th May 2017 Minister Motshekga has made it clear that she does not have the political will to deal with the SADTU ‘Jobs for Cash’ scandal. Yesterday, Minister... →
8th February 2017 A reply to a DA parliamentary question by the Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, has revealed that 9 606 special needs learners are not... →
25th January 2017 President Zuma’s new-found focus on underperforming schools is a surprising but welcome development. We now urge him to attend to the root of the... →
24th January 2017 The Chief Whip of the DA has received a letter from Minister Motshekga threatening disciplinary action for “unethical conduct” with regards to our... →
23rd November 2016 Minister Motshekga showed today that she lacks the political will to tackle SADTU corruption and power abuse, as documented in the ‘Jobs for Cash’... →
22nd November 2016 Tomorrow, Wednesday 23 November, the Department of Basic Education is scheduled to brief the Portfolio Committee on progress implementing the... →
11th November 2016 In a statement released yesterday, the Department of Basic Education indicated that the CEO of the National Education Evaluation and Development... →
1st November 2016 The DA is deeply concerned at reports of a leaked examination paper in the Giyani district of Limpopo. It is telling that, whenever exam papers are... →