With just two weeks until thousands of matriculants sit for their final exams, the biggest teachers’ union in the Eastern Cape has refused to be part of a plan to help the matrics.

Democratic Alliance education portfolio committee provincial spokesperson Edmund van Vuuren said it would be difficult for the province to even make 50 percent pass rate this year. Van Vuuren said at the moment Sadtu was holding government to ransom on whatever issues they were unhappy about.  Read the full story in the Daily Dispatch.

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