South Africa reopened schools for pupils in certain grades after two and a half months of home-schooling to limit the spread of coronavirus.
On Monday, about 95 per cent of schools had reopened. The government had originally intended to reopen schools on June 1 but postponed this to June 8 after finding out that most schools required more time to better prepare facilities and train staff.
Eddie Kekana, Winnie Mandela Secondary School principal told the press: “What we need to do is to make a…
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