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School screeners not paid as education department and public works pass the buck

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Kwazi Mshengu, KZN MEC for Education during the service delivery agreements signing for the current financial year with all MECs Picture: Darren Stewart/Gallo Images via Getty Images
Kwazi Mshengu, KZN MEC for Education during the service delivery agreements signing for the current financial year with all MECs Picture: Darren Stewart/Gallo Images via Getty Images

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Speaking to City Press, the screeners said they were not only unsure of who employed them, but even those who were lucky enough to be paid hadn’t received their full stipend since reporting for work in June.

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