Johannesburg – While teacher’s across the world are celebrated for their resilience, dedication and passion for the calling, the Public Servants Association of South Africa (PSA) has made an urgent call for intervention in the sector.
The PSA, a trade union at the forefront of labour developments, said the South African education sector is facing a crisis that is receiving very little attention.
The crisis? The impending exodus of half of the sector’s employees as they reach retirement age.
With education playing a critical role in the country’s societal development and economic growth, the PSA has noted multiple reports indicating that South Africa is not producing enough…
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