Thursday, September 16, 2010

Cabinet calls for an end in school disruptions

By Lelethu Mquqo
16 September 2010

Cabinet has warned student bodies not to disrupt schools and examinations.

Government spokesperson Themba Maseko said at a media briefing following Cabinet's regular meeting, that the student bodies should discuss their concerns with the education authorities.

He also urged all matriculants to use the opportunity to write their introductory exams, despite the disruption many of them suffered during the public service strike.

Maseko says there are no plans to cancel or postpone the matric preliminary examinations following the protracted public service strike.

Cabinet has also called on parents, teachers, unions and community organisations to work together to ensure a focus on learning and teaching.

Meanwhile, two learners at a North West high school were stabbed today when students from a nearby school allegedly tried to prevent matrics from writing their exams.


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