Proposed reopening date for schools has already changed – deputy education minister
While making her contributions towards the end of Wednesday’s joint meeting between the portfolio committee on basic education and the select committee on education and technology, sports, arts and culture, deputy minister for the department of basic education Reginah Mhaule questioned how feasible it would be to reopen schools on 6 May.
“I don’t know whether we have sufficient time that we can take everything to all the officials that are here because, to me, issues that I think are critical which are raised by members is that the date of the 6th …is it realistic…” began Mhaule.
This after a draft amended school calendar was shared in the portion of the presentation led by Basic Education Director-General Hubert Mweli.
The dates on the calendar were yet to…