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Residents of Cape Town have been living in fear the past few weeks as taxi violence continues. With schools reopening from 26 July, there is now concern about how taxi violence could impact the return to schools.


You can now apply to be an Examination Assistants at December 2021 marking centres for the Western Cape Education Department. 


The ANC along with Parents for Equal Education SA are planning to take the Western Cape Education Department to court to make them address the issue of unplaced learners in Western Cape. The school year is currently in the middle of it's second term.


Applications to be placed in a school have closed and now the Western Cape Education Department is busy with the placement of learners. They have now urged parents to accept admission offers.


The Western Cape Education Department says that it is implementing a plan to place the learners who are currently registered as unplaced in the province. 


Discussions are currently underway on whether learners should not all be going to school five days a week, as it was pre-pandemic. This could also be happening soon as the first term is about to end.


Western Cape are still dealing with thousand of learners who have not been placed in schools. The Western Cape Department of education are uncertain on what to do about the situation, while the Legal Resource Centre is working to uncover the reason behind the learner still being unplaced


The Department of Education says over 5,000 learners have still not been placed at schools in the Western Cape. Education department says many of the learners applied late.

By Marecia Damons


Applications to be enrolled in Western Cape schools close today. The application system opened on 26 February. Applications can be submitted both online and manually.


School children and teachers are being traumatised by high amount of gang violence in surrounding area. A sustainable solution in required to access the issue of gang violence. 


Applications for school admissions in the Western Cape have now been extended. This allows parents and guardians more time to register learners for the 2022 school year.


Thousands of Western Cape leaners still remain unplaced as the Department of Educations struggles to fund new infrastructure and teachers. Public schools have now been open for a month. 


Parents and caregivers only have two more weeks to enroll their children in school for 2022. There are online application options, as well as paper-based application option for caregivers who don't have access to technology.


Parents and learners have been gathering outside Sinenjongo High school in Joe Slovo park in the hope of finding placement at the school. They are among more than 8,600 learners still to be placed at schools in the Western Cape.

By Peter Luhanga


After the release of the 2020 matric results, Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schäfer stated that the pace of change in the Education system is very slow.


According to the Western Cape Education Department, over 10 000 learners still need to be placed at schools in the province.


Youth programme (focusing on ages up to 34 years of age) and will provide an opportunity to gain practical work experience for a period of twenty-four (24) months.


The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) will challenge Western Cape Education Department's (WCED) statements that no race exclusions took place at the Brackenfell High event saga. The EFF insists that the Minister was dismissing the allegations of racism from the beginning.


Debbie Schäfer, the Minister of Education Western Cape, has confirmed that the alleged whites-only Brackenfell High event was a private function organised by parents and that no exclusions based on race were made.


Learners in South African schools were thrown into the deep end this year. Now, some parents and learners are even contemplating scrapping the year and redoing it. The Minister addressed this while answering questions on school attendance.

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