Durban — Parents have raised a red flag after unpaid teachers did not turn up for work at private boarding school King Harvest Academy, near Highflats in KwaZulu-Natal.
Parents claim the teachers have not been paid for three months. The academy holds over 25 years of experience in the field of early childhood development and foundation phase education. The academy serves about 482 pupils from Grade 0 to12 in the communities of Ubuhlebezwe Municipality.
Parents complained that this was taking a toll on pupils, especially Grade 12s, who are writing trial exams. Concerned parent Bongani Gwala said no revisions or winter camps had been held to assist the pupils since January.
Gwala said the…
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