Pretoria – Teaching and learning resumed yesterday at Sediba Sa Thuto Primary School in Mamelodi, which had been closed down by parents and the community at the end of May due to overcrowding.
It was the second time the school was shut down this year due to a variety of issues, among them lack of tables and chairs, and improper roads and bridge across a nearby river.
School governing body chairperson Tebogo Selemela said pupils resumed learning and parents were happy with the progress made by the Department of Education to rectify some of the issues.
“Three mobile classrooms were delivered on Monday and are being installed. We are so happy that at least overcrowding will be…
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