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Equal Education is not impressed with eight provinces missing the deadline to submit reports to the high court explaining how they plan to reintroduce the school feeding programme. The organisation is accusing the department of making the public believe that the school feeding programme is running smoothly when it is in fact not. 


The Basic Education department was recently ordered to provide meals to nine million learners who qualified for the school feeding programme. This included learners who had not yet returned to school. The department has failed to follow through on its court order and this is not a good look. 


Equal Education and two school governing bodies in Limpopo have decided to take the Department of Basic Education to court over the school nutrition programmes.

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