Gauteng Education MEC cracks down on illegal schools
MIDRAND – Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi is warning those working illegal schools.
On Thursday the MEC joined an operation to shut down illegal schools in Ivory Park, in Midrand.
Lesufi says action shall be taken towards such schools need to they fail to present one of the best documents.
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“We are here to finalise what we’ve started. There are some schools which believe operated in this blueprint, we gave them an extension, to kind out their documents. Unfortunately, they’ve now no longer accomplished that so we now believe introduced regulation enforcement companies, we now believe introduced the municipality, we now believe also introduced our officers,” he acknowledged.
Lesufi says his division is compiling a boom back to discover the long run of illegal schools.
The boom is predicted to be executed within the following two days.
“They are breaking every regulation that we’ve within the country. They invent now no longer believe people which would possibly per chance per chance per chance be effectively documented in our country, they devise now no longer believe municipal documents, the lecture rooms are now no longer conducive for learning, they are now no longer following the curriculum that we need and the infrastructure of the faculty is in a in actual fact execrable order.”
Lesufi says the colleges lift out now no longer adhere to necessary protocols.