Stop the ANC from taking over our schools!

A new ANC bill wants to ultimately rob school governing bodies of the right to determine the admissions and language policies of schools in their communities. Sign this petition to say #StopSchoolCapture

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In the latest version of the Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill the ANC wants to carry out a coup against the parents and children of South Africa by usurping the powers of school governing bodies to determine the admissions and language policies of schools in their communities, and by enhancing the powers of ANC cadres to merge and to rename merged schools.

By robbing governing bodies of these powers, the Department of Basic Education plans to centralise control over public schools not in the hands of the communities and parents who know what is best for their children, but in the hands of ANC cadres like Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi.

Should the Bill be passed, the national Department of Basic Education, led by Minister Angie Motshekga, will be handing a loaded weapon to the likes of Lesufi to finish off the war he has long waged against governing bodies and mother-tongue education.

All concerned parents and communities must now stand up against this bill!

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Kliek hier om die petisie in Afrikaans te sien/teken

In the latest version of the Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill the ANC wants to carry out a coup against the parents and children of South Africa by usurping the powers of school governing bodies to determine the admissions and language policies of schools in their communities, and by enhancing the powers of ANC cadres to merge and to rename merged schools.

By robbing governing bodies of these powers, the Department of Basic Education plans to centralise control over public schools not in the hands of the communities and parents who know what is best for their children, but in the hands of ANC cadres like Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi.

Should the Bill be passed, the national Department of Basic Education, led by Minister Angie Motshekga, will be handing a loaded weapon to the likes of Lesufi to finish off the war he has long waged against governing bodies and mother-tongue education.

All concerned parents and communities must now stand up against this bill!