The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU), the largest union in the education and public service sectors cannot allow former DA member and Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba to denigrate SADTU using his former master’s tactics.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU), the largest union in the education and public service sector is sick and tired of Treasury’s attempts to run roughshod over public servants with threats of cutting the public service sector wage bill.
The Pietermaritzburg Magistrate Court handed a ground breaking sentence to a learner who assaulted his female teacher early in August this year. The 24-year-old learner, allegedly a repeat offender, will remain behind bars for 17 years. He is indeed unfit to be in the same environment with law abiding citizens. SADTU equally noted with justifiable anger that the learner was supposed to have been enrolled in institutions of learning suitable for his age if the recorded age of 24 years is correct.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) in Gauteng has noted with outrage the Afriforum letter sent to the Premier of Gauteng Province, Honourable David Makhura dated 20 November 2019. This grouping seeks to drag us into its racist fight against the MEC for Education and Youth Development, Honourable Panyaza Lesufi.
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) in Free State has noted with disappointment the racist remarks by one white teacher employed at Windburg Combined School. The teacher, whose name is known, uttered racist remarks on the WhatsApp Group of the Windburg Combined School, abbreviated "WHS Staff" after a white teacher was appointed as principal. The said teacher posted the message, ".......... is net BAIE bly dis nie die swart adjunk nie, dan het ek dadelik bedank".
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU), the largest union in the education and public service sector, is not impressed by the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) which was delivered on the backdrop of an economy that is forecast to grow at a disappointing 0,5% in 2019.
SADTU Gauteng welcomes the return of all her members to their workstation this morning. This follows the latest demand by the remaining teachers and learners that they return. The call was in support of our longstanding call for the return of the teachers to the school.
SADTU Gauteng expresses disappointment in the conduct of the Eldorado Park Secondary School Governing Body and a group of community members. We had made a huge progress towards resolving the issue of the return of eighteen (18) teachers to their workstation. The union has been pursuing all available avenues to resolve the impasse. We had also resolved to suspend our protest action in favour of engagements.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU), the largest union in the education and public sector, wishes all the 790 405 learners who will be writing the 2019 National Senior Certificate (Matric), best of luck.
The union is dismayed but not surprised by the DA's cheap politicking in its recent article depicting its obsession with SADTU. This vitriol spewed is clearly desperately intended to damage the image of the Union as always.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) salutes all teachers and particularly her members for their dedication, passion and hard work sometimes under trying circumstances, as the world celebrates October 5, World Teachers’ Day.
Members of the South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) - the largest union in the public service sector have shown confidence in their leadership; they re-elected the National Office Bearers back into office.
Kindly find attached documentation relating to the implementation of the pay progression, resulting in the development of new salary scales for educators for the attention of all SADTU Members:
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) wishes to congratulate Comrades Mugwena Maluleke (SADTU General Secretary) for his re-election as Education International (EI) Vice President for Africa Region and Mabutho Cele (SADTU Deputy President) for his election as the Convener of the Commonwealth Teachers Group (CTG)
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) in KwaZulu-Natal notes the announced programme of Education MEC, as reported in the Daily News: 22/07/19 p.3, to meet with principals whose schools got below 65% pass rate. Whilst SADTU appreciates any leader who is prepared to meet with subordinates, we are concerned about the timing of these visits. It is already the third term of the year and schools are working on concluding their programmes and will soon be engaging in revision.
SADTU in Free State notes with appreciation the Province's Education Budget as tabled by the MEC, Dr Tate Makgoe on the 16th of July 2019. The budget responds to many issues that the union has been raising if we are to get our education right in the province.
SADTU in KwaZulu Natal welcomes the 2019/2020 budget speech for the Education department delivered by the MEC, Comrade Kwazi Mshengu. The MEC’s maiden budget speech is well-balanced and to a larger extent covered the important programmes of the Department comprehensively. It gives hope for intellectual migration towards excellence provided the funding of all programmes shall not be compromised unduly so.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union in the North West held a successful Provincial General Council (PGC) from Friday 12 until Saturday 13 July 2019 at Orion Safari Lodge, Rustenburg.