Gauteng Online Applications
After receiving thousands of applications for learner placements, the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) has now moved on to the next step of the application process.
The Gauteng Department of Basic Education (GDE) has praised parents for their efforts to register their children for the 2022 academic year before Friday’s October 8 deadline.
The Gauteng Department of Basic Education (DBE) is urging parents to continue using the online admission system to apply for placement for their children as around 30 000 applications remain outstanding.
The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) has announced that the second phase of the online application system will open on Monday. This second phase will run from Monday 13 September 2021 to Friday 17 September 2021.
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