Activists protest against plans to remove deadlines for infrastructure improvements at schools


Equal Education protest outside basic education offices.

Equal Education members protested outside the basic education department’s offices in Pretoria on Friday. They do not want the department to remove timelines for the regulations for norms and standards for public school infrastructure. Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has opened comment on the amendments until the end of July.A group of Equal Education activists protested at the Department of Basic Education on Friday against plans to remove deadlines for infrastructure improvements at schools. Similar protests have been held in the Eastern Cape and Western Cape in the last couple of weeks.  The protests follow Basic…

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