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School cleaners and screeners yet to be paid after two months

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A school classroom being sanitised as the basic education sector readies for the reopening of schools for Grade 12 and 7 learners. - OJ Koloti, Gallo Images
A school classroom being sanitised as the basic education sector readies for the reopening of schools for Grade 12 and 7 learners. - OJ Koloti, Gallo Images

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While some applauded government’s decision of temporarily closing public schools as the country moved to the anticipated peak of Covid-19 coronavirus infections, cleaners and screeners employed by the North West department of education have not been paid for two months.

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