Education Problems Unacceptable, Says Tutu

It is unacceptable that pupils still do not have textbooks in the third term and that others are still studying under the tree, says Tutu

Nobel Peace laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, says children without schoolbooks in the third term and classes under trees are unacceptable South African problems.

Tutu points out that people going to bed hungry is unacceptable and further criticised the 30 percent benchmark to pass for South African school pupils, after 18 years of democracy.

Referring to these issues in remembrance of Nelson Mandela's birthday, Tutu says he is sure the former president is not entirely aware of the education situation in South Africa.

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