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Sifiso Skenjana | Covid-19's blow to education will cost our children for years to come

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Sifiso Skenjana
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One study modelled that a five-month learning disruption in 2020 could result in yearly reduction in earnings of approximately $872 per learner per year, says Sifiso Skenjana.

The Department of Basic Education deputy minister Reginah Mhaule announced that schools' opening would be delayed by another two weeks as the country scurries to stave off the devastating impact of the second Coronavirus wave on households and companies. 

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