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Limpopo Schools Crisis Deepens – Community and Media Briefing on 15 June 2012

SECTION27, the National Association of School Governing Bodies and Khulumani Support Group will be holding a community and media briefing on 15 June 2012 to report back on compliance by the Department of Basic Education and the Limpopo Department of Education with the court order relating to the delivery of textbooks to schools across Limpopo and the implementation of a catch-up plan.

COURT VICTORY IN THE FIGHT FOR QUALITY EDUCATION

JUDGE KOLLAPEN ORDERS DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION AND LIMPOPO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO DELIVER TEXTBOOKS AND IMPLEMENT CATCH-UP PLAN   This morning, Judge Kollapen handed down judgment in the application launched by the Centre for Applied Legal Studies, acting on…

JUDGEMENT IN TEXTBOOKS CASE TO BE HANDED DOWN ON 17 MAY 2012

On 15 May 2012, the North Gauteng High Court heard an urgent application by SECTION27, Hanyani Thomo Secondary School and Tondani Lydia Masiphephethu relating to the failure by the Department of Basic Education (DBE) and the Limpopo Department of Education…

URGENT APPLICATION TO DEMAND TEXTBOOKS IN LIMPOPO SCHOOLS TO BE HEARD ON MONDAY 14 MAY 2012 IN THE NORTH GAUTENG HIGH COURT

THE RIGHT TO A BASIC EDUCATION CANNOT BE ACHIEVED WITHOUT ESSENTIAL TEXTBOOKS!!

On 4 May 2012 SECTION27 launched an urgent application against the Minister of Basic Education and the Limpopo Department of Education in relation to their complete failure to procure and deliver textbooks for learners throughout Limpopo. Learners have gone without textbooks for five months this school year.