When several top officials of the Democratic Alliance (DA) resigned from the former leading opposition party in the country last year, many though that the DA would soon bounce back to take up their place in politics in Mzansi.
Lawlessness has become one of the most worrisome trends in South Africa and all indications point towards South Africa almost losing the battle against this terrible scourge which naturally negatively affects human development and especially the growth of children in society.
Service delivery is not merely about providing much needed service like water and electricity to communities across the country.
With all indications pointing towards renewed hope for the improvement of education throughout the country, we believe it will be crucial for all role players in the education sector to make their contribution in the upward growth of this important part of human development.
Both the results of the 2019 class of matriculants and government’s long overdue decision to commence immediately with preparations from an early age for toddlers (grade R) have set the pace for what promises to be a bright future for the development and standard of education in the country.