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#Education- 47% of SA high-schools are intellectual waste-zones

# Education
#Education- 47% of SA high-schools are intellectual waste-zones in the sense that NOT A SINGLE CHILD in the class can do basic maths…this is according to the 2015 TIMSS International Study. TIMSS is an international assessment of mathematics and science at the fourth and eighth grades that has been conducted every four years since 1995.
Guest: Dr. Nic Spaull- Education Expert

Concourt decision on labour brokers – Casual Workers

The Constitutional Court today ruled that labour brokers
were not dual employers when their clients absorb contract workers as permanent staff. It is said that the landmark ruling will change the nature of labour broking in SA.
Recent amendments to the Labour Relations Act (LRA) dictate that clients of labour brokers have to hire contractors who earn below R205,433 annually after three months. The Constitutional Court ruled that clients of labour brokers were sole employers and the language in Section 198A of the LRA was clear enough.
guest: Ighsaan Schroeder - Co-ordinator at Casual Workers Advice Office (CWAO)

how many South Africans identify as Khoi and San

Activist Christian Martin says he wants Stats SA to conduct an early census to determine how many South Africans identify as Khoi and San and that the race group should be added on all official government documents pertaining to demographics

What is the government of Eastern Cape doing about this?

It’s been reported that Patients at Tsolo-based Dr Malizo Mpehle Memorial Hospital had to go for days without bathing after taps dried up at the hospital last week Thursday. Also reading that a truck delivered water today recently. Also we did a story on this show last week on Nompumelelo Hospital in the Eastern Cape with no water and nurses had to fetch water from the water tankers.

guest :Lwandile Sicwetsha

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