The Department of Basic Education has to perform a balancing act – … Most schools have developed activities for parents and learners to work together to extend school work into the home so as for learning to continue during this trying period. STATEMENT DELIVERED BY THE DEPUTY MINISTER OF BASIC EDUCATION, DR REGINAH MHAULE, MP AT THE MEDIA BRIEFING ON THE BASIC EDUCATION SECTOR PLANS FOR THE OPENING OF SCHOOLS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2021 15 January 2021 Good morning ladies and gentlemen. To maximise learning outcomes and achievements during this period, we advise parents to provide a quiet place and a regular time for homework and other learning activities. Basic Education Department urges communities to protect schools against disruption, 10 August 2020 Basic Education Minister welcomes cabinet decision, 23 July 2020 Statement by CEM following a virtual meeting, 14 July 2020 CEM considers strong action against ongoing disruptions of schools, 10 July 2020 The postponement was made to […] Thank you for attending! Basic Education briefs the media on the state of readiness for opening of schools in the context of COVID-19 Department of Basic Education briefing on the opening of schools. Livestream courtesy #DStv403. Another briefing scheduled by the Department of Basic Education to provide clarity on the reopening of schools was postponed on Thursday after provinces requested more time to prepare. Johannesburg - After weeks of behind the scenes contestation and several briefings about the phased re-opening of schools from June, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga is now briefing … Basic education postpones briefing on schools reopening The Basic Education Department (DBE) has postponed a briefing that was set to outline the phased approach to the reopening of schools amid the COVID-19 lockdown. The briefing, which was expected to outline proposed dates for the reopening of schools, was … Basic Education 22 September 2015 Chairperson: Ms N Gina (ANC) Share this page: Meeting Summary. The Basic Education Department (DBE) has postponed a briefing that was set to outline the phased approach to the reopening of schools amid the COVID-19 lockdown.. Opinion is divided on whether schools should reopen on 27January. For all official information and updates regarding COVID-19, visit the South African Department of Health's website at www.sacoronavirus.co.za. Basic Education minister Angie Motshekga will this week announce the department’s preparations with regards to the reopening of schools. The group said that over the past two weeks, inconsistent and contradictory information had … Department of Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga briefs the media on the progress of Matric Examinations. Basic Education Director-General to host a media briefing on progress of marking Matric Exam scripts As marking of matric scripts concludes this week, the DG has been to all 181 centres on COVID-19 compliance monitoring visits. Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga and Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Dr Blade Nzimande provided an update on work done in their respective portfolios in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown. Supplied Content 2 minutes read. Thank you for attending! Statement delivered by the Deputy Minister of Basic Education, Dr Reginah Mhaule, MP at the media briefing on the Basic Education sector plans for the opening of schools for academic year 2021. You may watch the recording above. You may watch the recording above. The Basic Education Department (DBE) has postponed a briefing that was set to outline the phased approach to the reopening of schools amid the COVID-19 lockdown. Good morning ladies and gentlemen. 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JOHANNESBURG - The Department of Basic Education delivered an update on the planned reopening of public schools. The Department of Basic Education is briefing Parliament's Portfolio Committee on the status of schooling during lockdown Basic Education minister urged to provide clarity on plan to reopen schools. “The media briefing by the Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga scheduled for today, 31 May at 18h00 has been rescheduled due to the … Basic Education gives briefing Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, together with MECs of Education brief the nation on the state of readiness for the reopening of schools. © 2020 eNCA, an eMedia Holdings company. Live stream below: This entry was posted on 04 Dec 2020,02:00PM at 2:00 PM and is filed under South Africa . The briefing, has been moved to Monday, said the department in a statement. Teacher Centres: Department of Basic Education briefing. The briefing was initially scheduled for Thursday 14 May however, the department said in a statement that it has been moved to Monday 18 May. It said the Grade 7s and matrics will only return to school on 8 June. Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga and Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande will brief the media on plans for schools and universities to reopen. Elijah Mhlanga, a spokesperson for the Department of Basic Education, said the press briefing had been postponed as there was a Cabinet meeting … “The media briefing by the minister of basic education, Angie Motshekga, scheduled for today, 31 May at 18h00, has been rescheduled due to the … The department of basic education (DBE) had tweeted on Friday that an inter-ministerial briefing would take place on Monday with media and the minister, Angie Motshekga. 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The department of basic education has shelved a briefing that was scheduled for Monday to outline school resumption plans. The Basic Education Department (DBE) has postponed a briefing that was set to outline the phased approach to the reopening of schools amid the COVID-19 lockdown.The briefing… The Basic Education Department (DBE) has postponed a briefing that was set to outline the phased approach to the reopening of schools amid the Covid-19 lockdown. About 22 days have been lost from the academic calendar since schools were shut. According to the DBE, the postponement is, to allow for further consultation with stakeholders in the education sector. Department of Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga briefs the media on the progress of Matric Examinations. JOHANNESBURG - The Department of Basic Education delivered an update on the planned reopening of public schools. The briefing, which was expected to outline proposed dates for the reopening of schools, was scheduled to take place today, 14 May 2020. Basic Education Committee to Receive Briefing on Grade 9 GEC by Ph October 15, 2019, 12:11 pm 1.4k Views The Department of Basic Education on Tuesday briefed the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education on the General Education Certificate (GEC) and … Elijah Mhlanga, a spokesperson for the Department of Basic Education, said the press briefing had been postponed as there was a Cabinet meeting that was taking place on Thursday morning. May 14, 2020. On behalf of Minister Motshekga, who is still on sick leave and recovering well at home, we … After the DBE had provided details of the various countries and programmes involved, Members raised a wide range of questions. Livestream courtesy #DStv403. All rights reserved. SchoolNet SA The briefing, which was expected to outline proposed dates for the reopening of schools, was scheduled to take place today, 14 May 2020. At Thursday’s media briefing, the minister is …