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Some principals and school governing bodies in Limpopo – which are also involved in the appointment of teachers – have expressed concerns about this policy as well. Photo: PeopleImages/Getty
Some principals and school governing bodies in Limpopo – which are also involved in the appointment of teachers – have expressed concerns about this policy as well. Photo: PeopleImages/Getty

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She looked forward to finding a job as a teacher in Bolobedu, Limpopo. However, her excitement was short-lived. She is now in limbo and is not even sure whether she will ever be able to put her teaching degree to good use.

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