- Children will have to wait a little longer before hearing whether they should remain at home amid Covid-19 peak, as the department engages stakeholders.
- A meeting between unions and Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga was cancelled at the 11th hour on Wednesday.
- Unions said evidence on the ground showed there was no effective teaching and learning at schools currently.
As pressure mounts for schools to close amid a surge in Covid-19 infections in South Africa, the Department of Basic Education says they remain open until further notice, as Minister Angie Motshekga engages with stakeholders in the sector.
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