Back to school: KZN parents and teachers anxious

Sadtu in KZN says teachers are anxious as public schools reopen next Monday. Parents are also sharing their fears about sending children back to school amid the second coronavirus wave. eNCA's Lethiwe Mdluli reports. Courtesy #DStv403

DURBAN - Sadtu in KwaZulu-Natal says teachers are anxious as public schools reopen next Monday.

The union says there's still a shortage of teachers in the province.

More than 800 teachers have died in the province from COVID-19.

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Sadtu believes some pupils will be without teachers in classrooms to check if COVID-19 protocols are being adhered to.

Parents are also sharing their fears about sending children back to school amid the second coronavirus wave.

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga is set to give a briefing on Sunday on the state of readiness to reopen public schools. 

* eNCA's Lethiwe Mdluli reports.

Source
eNCA

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