Stressed teachers suffer the consequences of corporal punishment, argues the writer

Written by Zandre. Posted in Letters

Education activist Hendrick Makaneta has called on government to play a central role to come up with tangible ways to discipline learners as corporal punishment has not been replaced by any punitive measure.
Government has done very well to teach learners and South Africans in general about their rights but very little was done to teach learners about their responsibilities.

Moral regeneration is needed today in our schools

Written by liesl. Posted in Letters

Sir
Our forefathers have transferred the baton in this relay race to the present generation in order to enable us to spread our wings in his competitive world. Nut today the evidence proves quite the opposite direction. Today we are witnessing a disgusting, despicable and unspoken scenario that our schools have taken or have been turned into.

Live a healthy life

Written by liesl. Posted in Letters

First and foremost, I must reiterate that a healthy life has nothing to do with age, height, whether you are fat or thin, a healthy life mostly has to do with the choices you make in order to have a balanced diet.

North West and Mpumalanga hold joint PWC meeting

Written by liesl. Posted in Letters

The Provincial Working Committees (PWC) of the African National Congress (ANC) in Mpumalanga and Bokone Bophirima provinces held a joint PWC meeting on Monday at the Nkangala District Municipality chambers in Middelburg.
In a joint statement of two ANC provincial structures they announced that they held a frank and sincere discussion on many issues, mainly on the current state of the ANC and the urgent need to unite the movement towards the 54th National Conference and beyond.

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