Communities knew about teacher jobs for cash incidents

Community members have spoken up following revelations of teacher jobs for cash scandal by the basic education department.

702 and Cape Talk's Redi Tlhabi listened to calls from listeners who shared their thoughts regarding the report which implicates teacher unions.

Listen to the conversation below:

In Tembisa, they lost great teachers because of the union discusses the candidates before interviews take place.

Arnold, caller from Tembisa

People who are qualified to do the job should get employed, not this thing of being ruled by Sadtu.

Arnold, caller from Tembisa

This article first appeared on 702 : Communities knew about teacher jobs for cash incidents


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