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Most schools in the country will be opening on Monday for grade 7 and grade 12 learners, but the department of basic education under minister Angie Motshekga admitted to facing several setbacks in their plans to resume the academic year.  Motshekga visited three schools in Gauteng to assess their state of readiness.  Amidst vandalism of …

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has defended the national coronavirus command council’s decision to lift restrictions on religious gatherings.  She was responding to criticism that “people are being sent to the slaughterhouse”.  Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu and NDZ reiterated that very strict measures would apply with regards to sanitation, disinfecting and social distancing for those religious …

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