Durban – The IFP in the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature has questioned the procedure used by the KZN Department of Education in selecting districts that will benefit from coding and robotics subjects.
This comes after the IFP KZN provincial spokesperson on Education, Thembeni Madlopha-Mthethwa, submitted a parliamentary question to KZN Education MEC Mbali Frazer.
Madlopha-Mthethwa asked how many schools in KwaZulu-Natal would benefit from coding and robotics subjects in each district.
In a statement on Tuesday, Madlopha-Mthethwa said the MEC’s response was that 31 schools from Grade R-3, and 112 schools from Grade 8-9, from six districts, including Amajuba, King Cetshwayo, Pinetown,…
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