Cape Town – The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) is looking to recruit more than 20 000 education assistants and general school assistants for public and special schools in the province.
WCED spokesperson Bronagh Hammond announced on Thursday that the department, through the Presidential Youth Employment Initiative (PYEI), was intending to recruit 20 500 unemployed youth for its fourth PYE intake.
Education assistants support teachers with administrative tasks, classroom management, sports coaching and cultural activities, while the general assistants help with maintenance, cleaning, vegetable gardens and general administration.
Hammond said the continuation of the programme was…
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