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Violence towards school teachers has become a cause for concern for teachers around the country and for the department of education (DOE).
Teachers’ union Sadtu continued with its picket outside the Education district offices on Wednesday, demanding the urgent filling of teaching posts around the province.
The South African Democratic Teachers Union in KwaZulu-Natal wants to call a boycott of City Press over the newspaper’s allegations of a jobs for cash, sex and cows scam involving the union in several provinces.
Some see a recent court ruling against corporal punishment as a setback for teachers who suffer abuse at the hands of pupils.
A high school teacher, who asked to remain anonymous, speaks out about the Annual National Assessment boycott.
Rogue members of teachers’ union Sadtu have “captured” a key provincial education department, which officials in Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga’s office say is now on the “verge of collapse”.
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