Gauteng education department opens late applications for 2023

Joburg – Gauteng parents have been given another chance to apply for their children for next year.

This was after the Gauteng Department of Education opened the online admission system for late 2023 learner applications.

The late applications period for Grades 1 and 8 for the 2023 academic year opened on Wednesday and will run until January 31.

The department said only schools with available space would open for late applications.

“Parents will be able to apply online and immediately upload documents online. Documents not uploaded may be hand delivered to schools from January 11 to 31,” it said.

The department indicated that each parent may apply to one school only. “The learner will…

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