Online admission of learners suspended due to the current system that seems to be too complicated for a certain part of the population

The Department of Education suspended its online registration system for parents until May 20 because the current system is apparently too complicated for some of the population.

A simplified system will be made available after May 20, in which a step by step will be guide will be available to lead through application process.

The arrangement follows after complaints have been raised that everyone does not understand how to fill in the form online that applies to children in Grade 1 as well as Grade 8 learners’ admission in 2020 school year.

Applications must be submitted online and will be allowed until 22 July 2019 at 24:00.

The original article can be read in Afrikaans on Die Vryburger
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Trustworthiness of Ramaphosa under scrutiny – Not once, when he was part of the ANC-regime’s system in the Zuma-era did he ever said a word regarding the grand-scale corruption to the collapse of the economy to state capture

For 4 years as second in command to Jacob Zuma as deputy-president he never saw any corruption, he never heard of any corruption, and he never spoke against corruption? Who is he trying to fool?

The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) on Monday published a scathing open letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa, criticising him for being “in the belly of the beast which was the [Jacob] Zuma administration”.

In a statement issued on the IFP’s official website, Mkhuleko Hlengwa, IFP national spokesperson, writes: “Utterances attributed to you that in Davos you spoke of ‘nine wasted years’ under Mr Zuma have taken me aback with a sense of shock as they are said with a very opportunistic view to distance yourself from the grave realities of those years, particularly for the poor majority as we saw everything from grand-scale corruption to the collapse of the economy to state capture.

Ramaphosa has, in several speeches, referred
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