Durban — The IFP in the KwaZulu-Natal legislature has voiced its concerns about the number of schools that are reportedly on the verge of closing or being merged.
This follows the first quarterly performance report of 2022/23 for the KZN Department of Education, which was presented to the KZN education portfolio committee during the past week.
In it, 10 public schools were reported by districts to be non-functional during quarter one of 2022/23.
These schools are awaiting official notification of closure or merger, and once their status is confirmed, the target for 2023/24 will be reviewed.
IFP KZN spokesperson on Education, Thembeni Madlopha-Mthethwa, said: “The IFP is mindful of the…
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