Several other public service unions conclude 7.5% agreement with government, but NEHAWU says deal for previous year must be finalised first.
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SADTU called on communities and parents, to be involved in schools in their neighbourhoods through the union’s “I am A School Fan” campaign.
Thirst-trap teacher? Meet Lulu Menziwa, the KwaZulu-Natal educator who has made headlines over her sexy workwear wardrobe…
Over 900 000 matric learners are expected to write English Paper 1 on Monday and SADTU says rolling blackouts will have a negative impact.
Social media users are calling for school teacher Lulu Menziwa to be sacked after she posted a series of explicit images online…
‘Schools must hire their own transport to take learners to other provinces without any set of guidelines on the mode of transport and what to look for when hiring transport,’ said SADTU
‘My kids don’t have perverted minds’: Maths teacher Lulu Menziwa slammed critics, saying her learners saw nothing wrong with what she wore.
Should teachers in South Africa adhere to a strict dress code – or even a uniform? Here’s what tweeps had to say about sexy female educators.
SADTU has warned MultiChoice that SA isn’t a ‘banana republic’, adamant that there will be action taken unless the channel is reinstated.
Unions in KZN are thrilled that teachers will soon receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s when the jabs for educators will commence.
SADTU is angered by the DoE’s slow response to closing Northern Cape schools that reported COVID-19 infections.
The South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) has called on government to come to the aid of schools in poorer communities by providing more resources
Many teachers feel that not enough has been done to protect both them and their learners as Covid-19 infection rates continue to rise, expressing skepticism over what improvements can realistically be made between now and February.
SADTU, DENOSA, PROPCRU as well as other public service unions are engaged in legal battle with government to compel it to implement the final phase of a 3-year wage agreement.
The intense ‘schools reopening debate’ is likely to reach a climax on Monday after the ANC decided to bring in the big guns. Here’s how the land lies.
On Tuesday, Sadtu officially announced that they want schools to close ‘immediately’. It marks another tough hurdle Minister Motshekga must now clear.
The decision is an about-turn from Sadtu after it had joined other unions Naptosa, SAOU, Natu and PEU, as well as the School Governing Body Associations, in giving the go-ahead for pupils to return to school
The teacher’s union Sadtu claims the Department of Education in the North West is not ready to receive teachers and support staff on Monday 25 May.
On Monday, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga and Higher Education, Science and Innovation Minister Blade Nzimande are expected to announce details around the reopening of educational institutions.