Independent schools delay opening after the move to level three lockdown

VAAL TRIANGLE - Independent Schools of Southern Africa has announced that it will delay the opening of its schools by a week after President Cyril Ramaphosa moved the country to level three lockdown until 15th of January. The schools were supposed to be opened on the 12th. Isasa’s executive director, Lebogang Manjane says this has now been pushed out to the 18th of January. He added schools are considering a hybrid system of teaching with some learners at school and others attending online.

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