Thursday, September 16, 2010

Cosatu calls for an end to private schooling

Lusanda Bill
16 September 2010

The Congress of South African Trade Unions has stated that there is an urgent need to redistribute resources from private schools and other institutions to public schools in working class communities.

This week Cosatu launched an economic growth path document.

The document outlined Cosatu’s plans to deal with problems relating to housing, crime and corruption.

Aubrey Matshiqi from the Centre for Policy Studies said “The policy debates that will be kicked off at the NGC meeting will also be used a proxy for leadership struggles ahead of the 2012 elective conference”.

Cosatu has called for an end to private schooling and have vowed to make their concerns heard at next week’s ANC’s National General Council.


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