Basic Education Minister – Motshekga appeals to parents to let their children return back to school
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Basic Education Minister – Motshekga appeals to parents to let their children return back to school

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Basic Education Minister – Motshekga appeals to parents to let their children return back to school

Basic Education Minster – Angie Motshekga said that while the number of learners were increasing little by little, she was worried that some learners were yet to resume back to school

Basic Education Minister – Motshekga appeals to parents to let their children return back to school

Basic Education Minister – Angie Motshekga is pleading to parents to let their children return back to school.

Basic Education Minster – Angie Motshekga said that while the number of learners were increasing little by little, she was worried that some learners were yet to resume back to school.

School are reporting an attendance rate of between 80% and 90% which means that there is a good element of learners that have not returned to schools.”

On her briefing to the media on Thursday, Motshekga said that the National Senior Certificate Examination would begin in November and would end on 15 December.

Our exam section is putting everything in place to ensure it remains credible and that it is safe and efficient. All exam centres, both public and independent, have been audited in preparation for the 2020 combined exams and protocols for COVID-19 have been put in place.”

The minister further added that her department was functioning at 100% again.

Since the country migrated to level 1, our own Department of Basic Education has all its programmes now fully functional, so we’re providing all the services that are in our scope of work.”

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