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KwaZulu Natal will be opening more vaccination sites in the province ahead of the vaccine rollout in schools. 


Minister Angie Motshekga has announced that grade 12 learners will not be writing mid-year exams this year. The Minister’s announcement has not been without criticism. 


Primary school learners will soon be able to attend physical classes daily, bringing an end to the rotational timetable system. 


The Basic Education Department has spoken out against fake posts circulating on social media. 


If you applied for a remark of your matric exams and have been waiting for your results, the wait is over. 


The Western Cape Department of Education has decided to extend applications for the 2022 school year. 


School sports are allowed to make a comeback under the new level 1 restrictions. The Department of Basic Education has given a breakdown, explaining how these sports will take place. 


Learners can now register to write the May/June Senior Certificate (SC) and National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations.


More than 300 000 jobs have been successfully created through the Basic Education Presidential Youth Employment Stimulus.


The Western Cape Education Department has revealed that thousands of learners have still not been placed in schools. 


Many Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres have been submitting applications to receive relief from the government. 


With learners back at school, parents may be worried about paying fees. Applying for a school fee exemption can lighten the financial load. 


The Zero Dropout Campaign has been trying to tackle the school dropout rate. Around 40% of learners dropout of school before reaching matric. 


The wait is nearly over for matric learners, as Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga will be announcing the matric results today. 


Umalusi has given the Department of Basic Education the go ahead to release the matric results. 


Today is the first day back at school for many learners, following the postponement of the reopening of schools. 


As schools reopen on Monday, some learners remain without placements. Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said the department continues to struggle finding schools with enough space for learners. 


With the new year now in progress, the Department of Basic Education has released the official school calendar for 2021. 


The Congress of South African Students (COSAS) has threatened to shutdown private schools. This comes as the reopening of public schools was postponed by the Department of Basic Education.


Schools are expected to open on the 27th of January, but there are fears that the Department of Basic Education has not done enough to prepare schools.  

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