Equal Education, unions, civil groups to march for safer schools

Lobby group Equal Education (EE) will march to Parliament on Friday in a stand against unsafe school environments.

EE is demanding safer schools and communities, explains regional deputy head Ntsiki Dlulani.

Dlulani says the organisation is expecting 5 000 people to partake in the march, due to start at 3pm.

The SA Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu), National Professional Teachers’ Organisation of SA (NAPTOSA), Nyanga CPF and Social Justice Coalition (SJC) and other civil groups will also join the march.

Safety is not only a school issue, but rather a social issue.

Ntsiki Dlulani, Deputy Head at Equal Education in the Western Cape

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