Equal Education Calls for Better Schools

The Equal Education (EE) says it will stop at nothing to get the attention of Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga.

About 100 members braved the Cape winter and spent a night outside Parliament, for the start of a two-night candlelight vigil to urge Motshekga to adopt her department's own school infrastructure standards, supposed to have been in place by March.

EE head of policy, Yoliswa Dwane, says that of the 24 460 public schools in the country 3 600 have no electricity, 2 444 have no water, only 7 847 have flush toilets, 970 have no ablution facilities and 11 231 have pit latrines.

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