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Limpopo Education Dept rubbishes claims of teaching crisis caused by vacant posts

The Limpopo Department of Education rubbished claims of a teaching crisis at its schools caused by vacant teacher posts.

It is among the top three provinces in the country with educator vacancies that are not filled.

Last week, Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga admitted that there were over 31,000 posts in the country that had not been occupied.

Provincial department spokesperson, Mosebeane Kgaffe, said there were teachers filling in on a temporary basis.

“The MEC assures the province that the department cares for and provides the necessary resources to all the schools, the most critical resourcing of them being provisioning of educators.”


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Controversial South African singer, and performer, Jelly Babie has made amends with a Big Save cashier after an altercation. A video of the Bacardi star hurling insults at the cashier, demeaning her profession, went viral on social media.

Jelly Babie apologizes to retail cashier after viral video

In the video, Jelly Babie is heard saying: “You must respect me and I’ll respect you. You are nothing.” “She is forward because we were not talking to her. Why would she concern herself about things she does not know about? Read More