Umnyango Ohlelweni Lokulungisa Izikole
Written by Mfundo on 26 April, 2022
By: Bright Ntuli
The Department of Basic Education says it has started delivering mobile classes across KwaZulu Natal where learning will be happening in the interim.
This comes after 630 schools suffered major damage when the province was hit by floods, two weeks ago.
101 schools out of these were left completely inaccessible due to the damage.
The department’s Provincial Spokesperson Muzi Mahlambi has confirmed that some of the schools have received mobile classes, so that teaching and learning can continue.
He adds that their service providers will be working at the schools for the whole week and coming weeks.
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The provincial department adds that there are now 57 schools in KZN that are still inaccessible following the floods.
They say that they have been working with the department of transport to ensure that the roads are cleared.