Zuma Urged to Investigate Education Problems

Friday, July 27, 2012 - 14:43
Equal Education calls on President Zuma to appoint a judicial commission of inquiry into the debacle as more complaints surfaced this week that several schools

Advocacy group, Equal Education, has called on President Jacob Zuma to appoint a judicial commission of inquiry into the debacle as more complaints surfaced this week that several schools in other provinces besides Limpopo have not received their textbooks.

Head researcher at Equal Education, Yoliswa Dwane, says that though the group had faith in the inter-ministerial investigative team Zuma appointed earlier this month, a judicial inquiry was needed to "unearth all the rot" and bring all the culprits to book.

In another case, Motshekga's legal team threw in the towel in a high court application brought by the Centre for Child Law and agreed to fill a large number of vacant teaching positions in Eastern Cape.

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