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BOSA initiates a petition calling for the removal of minister Angie Motshekga.

VAAL TRIANGLE - The South African Democratic Teachers Union has expressed growing concerns about the insufficient number of teachers in schools. In an interview with eNCA, general secretary Mugwena Maluleke highlighted the ongoing imbalance in the learner-to-teacher ratio, resulting in overcrowded classrooms. He emphasises the need for national and provincial treasuries to prioritise education as a crucial factor for a better future. Maluleke stresses that teachers require support and adequate resources to ensure a smooth educational experience for learners.

Meanwhile, Build One South Africa is set to launch a public petition demanding the removal of Basic Education minister Angie Motshekga and the abolishment of the 30% matric pass mark. As schools open and the matric results loom, BOSA says Motshekga has failed to deliver equitable education. Party leader Mmusi Maimane contends the 30% pass mark undermines the intellect of the youth and perpetuates mediocrity. He calls on concerned citizens to rally behind the petition for a 50% minimum standard.

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