The Western Cape Education Department has revealed an ambitious school infrastructure delivery programme where it aims to deliver 842 additional classrooms with at least 26 000 places for learners in the province.
The provincial department said that this number vastly exceeded the delivery of classrooms in previous years and has been made possible due to an R830 million increase in the infrastructure budget in 2022/23 “and greater flexibility in implementing our infrastructure programme”.
In a statement issued by the WCED, it lists what the unprecedented school build includes.
– Three brick and mortar new and replacement schools which will see 46 additional classrooms for…
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