Parents flock to Department of Education offices after children remain unplaced in schools

Pretoria – The online application system for admission of children to primary and secondary schools remains an issue for many parents, as many couldn’t get their children placed at the schools they applied for.

And yesterday they flocked to the Department of Education offices to try to get them placed, with a large crowd gathered at Wonderboom Junction in Tshwane saying they were looking for answers.

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