Gauteng Training MEC cracks down on illegal schools
MIDRAND – Gauteng Training MEC, Panyaza Lesufi is warning these running illegal schools.
On Thursday the MEC joined an operation to shut down illegal schools in Ivory Park, in Midrand.
Lesufi says action will be taken against such schools must they fail to create the apt paperwork.
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“We are right here to finalise what now we hold began. There are some schools which hold operated in this space, we gave them an extension, to sort out their paperwork. Sadly, they’ve no longer carried out that so now we hold brought law enforcement companies, now we hold brought the municipality, now we hold also brought our officers,” he said.
Lesufi says his division is compiling a file to resolve the future of illegal schools.
The file is anticipated to be accomplished in the following two days.
“They’re breaking every law that now we hold in the nation. They build no longer hold contributors who’re neatly documented in our nation, they don’t hold municipal paperwork, the classrooms are no longer conducive for learning, they’re no longer following the curriculum that we need and the infrastructure of the college is in a extraordinarily snide express.”
Lesufi says the faculties create no longer adhere to mandatory protocols.