OPINION: Teachers bunking school and using pay days for shopping

The City Press published a report by the Council for Development and Enterprise which shows how learners lose out on 40 percent of schooling time each year due to errant teachers.

Teachers go shopping on pay days and have extra jobs while they are full-time teachers!

Xolani Gwala, 702 Breakfast host

They get performance points for attending staff meetings. There is no teacher accountability.

Xolani Gwala, 702 Breakfast host

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