DA calls on MEC to assist overcrowded Daveyton school

The DA calls on Gauteng education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi to improve conditions for staff and learners at the Albert Luthuli primary school in Daveyton, which despite being overcrowded and under-resourced, are committed to quality learning and teaching. During an oversight visit to the school, the DA was alarmed at the…

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DA Gauteng conducting school visits in West Rand

DA Gauteng Shadow MEC for Education Khume Ramulifho MPL and DA Shadow MEC for Infrastructure Development, Alan Fuchs MPL are visiting schools in Munsieville, Kagiso and Roodeport today from 08:00-12:00 The purpose of the visits is to assess school readiness, including school nutrition schemes, infrastructure, availability of Learner Teacher Support…

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Clean audit does not absolve Ekurhuleni Metro’s sins

The Democratic Alliance notes the clean audit that the Ekurhuleni Metro (EMM) achieved year and congratulates the ANC-run metro for getting its financial reporting together. To gloat over its clean audit, the ANC-administration has spent thousands of rands of tax payer’s money on advertising billboards along the R21 highway near…

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DA Gauteng conducting school visits in Soweto

DA Gauteng Shadow MEC for Education Khume Ramulifho MPL, DA Shadow MEC for Infrastructure Development, Alan Fuchs MPL and DA Councillor Rabelani Dagada are visiting schools in Meadowlands and Dobsonville, Soweto today. The purpose of the visits is to assess school readiness, including school nutrition schemes, infrastructure, availability of Learner…

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The war on e-tolls is far from over

The DA notes media reports that Gauteng Premier David Makhura will release the much anticipated e-toll review panel’s findings tomorrow. Unfortunately, if these and other leaked media reports over the panel’s findings during the past month are accurate, there will be no victory fires burning across Gauteng come tomorrow. Instead…

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