The South African Democratic Teachers' Union in Free State has waged a strong fight against the Treasury and the Education Department for not paying temporary teachers their January - March salaries and schools' allocations for the 4th and 1st Terms.
Unions in the Public Service, representing approximately more than 1.2 million workers have commenced with wage negotiations since September 2017 in the Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council.
The public sector unions under COSATU at the Public Sector Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC), namely DENOSA, NEHAWU, PAWUSA, POPCRU, SADTU and SAMA Trade Union, are fed up with the endless delaying tactics played by the employer at the wage negotiations that are currently under way at PSCBC, which should have been concluded already before the new financial year kicked in on 1 April 2018.
SADTU in KZN has noted the resignation of the District Director of Umlazi, Mr Bheki Ntuli. SADTU views his departure as a cowardly deed from a once effective District Director who witnessed the District collapsing under his watch.
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) has noted with great concern a video clip on social media of a teacher being exposed to gross learner misbehaviour; the incident allegedly happened at Three Rivers Secondary School in Sedibeng. In the video clip, a learner is seen violently throwing a pile of books towards a teacher in class seemingly in reaction to whatever could have happened prior whilst other learners recorded the incident.
South Africa's largest teacher and education workers' union, the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) held its first ordinary National Executive Committee meeting in 2018 at its headquarters in Kempton Park on Friday, 23 February, 2018. The NEC noted that 2018 marks the centenary of fallen struggle hero, Nelson Mandela, who through his sacrifices and those of his generation are the main reason that the country enjoys the fruit of democracy.
The DA leader Mmusi Maimane's speech during the debate of the State of the Nation Address in Parliament has shown that he has no capacity to think logically or laterally. He is a loud hailer repeating his master's nursery rhymes. The DA bench, full of those who stole our land, programmed him to the extent that his party, the DA is beginning to sound like a broken record. Because he is brainwashed and wearing a black skin with a white mask he no longer hears the broken record he is playing because the masters behind him are just pressing the button.
The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) congratulates all teachers who took part in the 2018 National Teaching Awards and the Department of Basic Education for organizing this prestigious event.
The Provincial Executive Committee of SADTU in KwaZulu Natal has observed and noted the messages that are in circulation including the article that appeared in Ilanga newspaper on Monday,19 February 2018, and attracted headlines of "Izinsolo zenkohlakalo esabekayo kwi SADTU" translated as "Damning allegations of corruption against SADTU"
The South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) heeds the call made by the newly elected president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, during his maiden State of the Nation speech yesterday for all to serve and lend a hand in building this country. Using the late Bra Hugh Masekela's song, Thuma mina (Send me), President Ramaphosa made the call and declared his willingness to be "sent" to serve the country.
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) joins millions of patriotic and peace loving South Africans in congratulating Comrade Cyril Ramaphosa on his election as president of the country. Cde Ramaphosa's appointment marks the dawn of a new era for South Africa; an era we hope will bring about unity, firm and decisive leadership in dealing with corruption, economic growth and lead the country towards a prosperous trajectory.
SADTU condemns in the strongest terms possible the conduct of the Reiger Park Secondary School principal who is appearing on a video sexually abusing learners.Such conduct from a teacher cannot be tolerated for it is downright unprofessional and criminal.
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) would like to express its sincere condolences to Hugh Masekela's family, the rest of the country and the music fraternity.
SADTU Gauteng condemns the brutal attack on peaceful demonstrators at Hoerskool Overvaal in Vereeniging. This justified demonstration follows a disappointing court judgement on Gauteng Department of Education's to place 55 grade 8 learners. The assertion of lack of capacity to accommodate these learners is used to block transformation and keep the school as the sole preserve for White Afrikaners.
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) is shocked and saddened by the death of a teacher who was allegedly stabbed to death by a learner whom he accused of failing him. We condemn this killing in strongest terms. The death of a teacher is one too many. His death is a loss to the profession, his family and society at large.
South Africa's biggest union in the education sector, the South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU), would like to welcome all teachers and learners back to school when the 2018 school year begins on Wednesday, 17 January.
The South African Democratic Teachers Union in Free State congratulates the matric class of 2017 for the excellent performance in the 2017 NSC examination.
The South African Democratic Teachers Union in Eastern Cape congratulates the matric class of 2017 for the improved performance in the 2017 NSC examination. As the organisation we welcome the results with a strong belief that the Province has a potential to do better.
The South African Democratic Teachers'Union (SADTU) is the largest union in the education sector representing more than 260,000 teachers and education workers. SADTU welcomes the 2017 National Senior Certificate (Matric) results. The Matric Class of 2017 is the fourth Grade 12 cohort to write these examinations under the Curriculum Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) and the 10th cohort to sit for the National Senior Certificate. We believe the system is gradually maturing, hence the improved results. In 2016, the pass rate was 72,5% and this year, we have recorded a 75.1% pass rate.
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) has noted the release of the International Reading Literacy Study which has reflected that 78% of Grade 4 learners cannot read for meaning.