Motshekga appeals to the general public to make sure that they defend the college in opposition to theft and damages
Primary Training Minister Angie Motshekga has welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement of a four-week college closure which is able to curb the unfold of the virus amongst college students.
She additionally appealed to all that they need to make sure that faculties don’t get vandalised as so many colleges had been reported to have been victims of vandals throughout the first closure of colleges.
“As soon as once more we attraction to members of the general public to guard faculties throughout the break to stop theft and harm that was brought on when faculties had been closed to the Covid-19. It stays considered one of our largest issues when faculties are focused. The burglaries and theft of meals provides and different costly objects defeat our efforts to supply primarily for the poor and susceptible learners who’re at all times the toughest hit,” Motshekga stated.
In line with the president’s tackle, faculties would take a break on July 27 and resume in August 24 however Grade 7 will return August 10.
Nevertheless, the president stated the educational yr can be prolonged to the subsequent yr however particulars about this can be communicated in the end.