Cape Town – Grade R teachers from various schools in the Western Cape took to the streets on Tuesday over permanent employment issues.
The teachers, some of whom have been teaching in the foundation phase for 13 years, were joined by the Grade R Crisis Committee to the provincial legislature to hand over their grievances.
Committee chairperson, Somikazi Mtya said their first march was in July but there had been no response.
Their next action will be determined by the Western Cape Education’s (WCED) response, Mtya said.
“About 95% of Grade R teachers are women so it was important for us to use this significant day to voice out our cries.
“We have similar pain as the women who marched…
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