A million Gauteng primary school pupils still on rotation system

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More than 1.3 million pupils at 1 000 primary schools in Gauteng are still on the rotational attendance system even though as of this month pupils were expected to return to the classroom every weekday. Photo: iStock
More than 1.3 million pupils at 1 000 primary schools in Gauteng are still on the rotational attendance system even though as of this month pupils were expected to return to the classroom every weekday. Photo: iStock

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Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi revealed this in the legislature in a written reply to a question posed by the DA provincial education spokesperson, Khume Ramulifho.

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