Mashaba Slams Illegitimate Foreign-owned Schools In South Africa

Mashaba Slams Illegitimate Foreign-owned Schools In South Africa

Herman Mashaba has spoken out towards the unlawful operation of fraudulent, unregistered faculties in South Africa. The head and founding father of ActionSA has expressed explicit concern over unlawful faculties run by international nationals within the nation.

Mashaba criticized the administration for neglecting to behave on this topic on his official  Twitter web page this week. “Due to the failure of government schools in South Africa, I am getting concerned with a number of Private Schools run by foreign nationals, employing foreign teachers. This matter must be confronted and investigated to establish their status. Victims – our poor desperate SA.”

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Mashaba went on to say that he has attacked each Minister Bonginkosi Nzimande and Minister Angie Motshekga. “Yesterday, I wrote letters to Dr Bonginkosi Nzimande, Minister of Higher Education as Angie Motshekga, Minister of Basic Education in the Republic of South Africa requesting them to investigate the validity of social media information alleging that there are bogus, unregistered schools operating illegally by foreign nationals in our country. And worse still, employing undocumented immigrants.”

Despite the nation’s progress for the reason that creation of democracy, Mashaba blasted the entire schooling system as dysfunctional. “As everyone knows South Africa’s schooling system stays basically dysfunctional and unequal.

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“While access to education may have increased since 1994, the quality of education remains too low to empower the nation. We are ranked amongst the worst performing schooling systems in the world. To that end, we are in no position to allow illegality and further deterioration to collapse the system.”

Mashaba challenged the ministers to research the claims of unlawful faculties and prosecute those that are accountable.

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