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Keeping them safe requires targeted, ongoing interventions to ensure that teachers, children and parents are educated on how to use the internet safely. Picture: iStock
Keeping them safe requires targeted, ongoing interventions to ensure that teachers, children and parents are educated on how to use the internet safely. Picture: iStock

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Keeping them safe requires targeted, ongoing interventions to ensure that teachers, children and parents are educated on how to use the internet safely.

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The EFF has sent a legal letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office, demanding that the lockdown regulations be relaxed to allow political gatherings in compliance with all Covid-19 protocols. The party said that regulations prohibit political campaigning and activities in preparation for this year’s local government elections.
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