The South African Democratic Teachers Union in Free State notes the released statement by the Free State Department of Education wherein the Department is calling on parents to support the writing of Annual National Assessment (ANA).
A special National Executive Committee took place on Tuesday, 13 August 2013 in Braamfontein, Gauteng. The NEC discussed the posture of SADTU on the issue of the conduct of the General Secretary of COSATU, Cde Vavi, in preparation for the special Central Executive Committee of COSATU scheduled for the 14 August 2013.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) continues in its fight to have a collective agreement signed between teacher unions and the Department of Basic Education (DBE) in 2011 and unilaterally withdrawn by (DBE) without consulting with the unions, be reinstated.
A total of 400 principals from four provinces are to receive training on instructional leadership and governance through SADTU’s School Management Team (SMT) training programme. The first two two-day training workshops have been concluded with great success in Gauteng.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union would like to correct the misleading information spread by the media stating that the union supported COSATU General Secretary Zwelinzima Vavi’s apology.
The court ruling by the Cape High Court to have the 17 schools that were earmarked for closure by Premier Helen Zille and Education MEC Donald Grant remain open has vindicated SADTU.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union Investment Holding Company (SIHOLD) – SADTU’s investment arm , together with the Union, “Inspired change and made every day a Mandela Day” with a donation of uniforms to learners of Tshukutswe High School in Ga-Matlala Village in Limpopo yesterday.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) will, together with its investment company SIHOLD, donate uniforms to all 240 Tshukutswe High School learners in Limpopo as part of celebrating Mandela Day 18 July under the theme “Inspire change, make everyday a Mandela Day”.
While we welcome the announcement of new ministers and deputy ministers by President Jacob Zuma, we would like to express extreme disappointment over the fact that the changes did not affect the Department of Basic Education.
We have noted the regrettable remarks by the incumbent director general of the Department of Basic Education Bobby Soobrayan advocating for the early exit of experienced teachers from the system to make way for new ones. Firstly we mus
As South Africa commemorates the 37th anniversary of the June 16 Soweto uprisings, SADTU would like to pay tribute to the youth of that era and urge today’s youth to fashion themselves around the 76 youth.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) sends its best wishes to former President Nelson Mandela who was admitted in hospital in the early hours of this morning.
SADTU’s more than 260 000 members join millions in South Africa and the rest of the world in keeping our most revered icon Madiba and his family in our thoughts and prayers.
We wish Madiba a speedy recovery.
ISSUED BY: SADTU Secretariat
Early Childhood Development (ECD) practitioners in the Mpumalanga province will march to the offices of the MEC for education on Thursday, 06 June 2013.
The South African Democratic Teachers Union in the Free State condemns in strongest possible terms the portrayal of the old South African flag in one of the classrooms at Wilgehof Primary School in Bloemfontein. It is our contention that the attitude of the teacher and the entire management is despicable and deserves to be treated contemptuously.
On the media statement issued on the 19th of May 2013 under the title Statement on Mpumalanga Circumcision Deaths , we wrongfully stated
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) would like to express its deepest and sincerest condolences to the family, SABC and the media fraternity for the untimely passing on of radio and television journalist/presenter Vuyo Mbuli.
Matric learners from three secondary schools in the J.T. Madlala region of SADTU, Dr Ruth Mompati region in the North West province are more than looking forward to writing their final year exams so that they can further their studies at university - thanks to SADTU`s Career Guidance exhibition they attended at Bloemhof Town Hall yesterday and visits to their schools by University of Johanneburg and Wits University students today.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union in Free State wishes to extend a word of gratitude to the National Leadership of the ANC and the Provincial Task Team for ensuring that the Provincial Conference was finally re-convened.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union will on Thursday, 16 May, 2013, host a career counseling exhibition and adopt two poorly performing schools in the T.J. Madlala region of SADTU in the Dr Ruth Mompati district in the North West province.