Sadtu goes to court over termination of rural incentive for teachers

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Sadtu goes to court over teacher rural incentive removal.
Sadtu goes to court over teacher rural incentive removal.
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The SA Democratic Teachers’ Union (Sadtu) in Limpopo has taken the provincial department of education to court after it terminated the rural allowance incentive.

In November, head of department and accounting officer Khathutshelo Onica Dederen released a circular, which City Press has seen, announcing that, due to budget constraints, a decision had been made to terminate the policy.

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