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In the God Said 2015 we gave this Prophecy regarding teaching unions;

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Wow God truly holds the future in His hands!

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GOVERNMENT HAS LOST CONTROL OF THE TEACHING UNIONS- ANGIE MOTSHEKGA
17 December 2015

Pretoria – Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga on Thursday admitted that government had handed control of appointments of teachers and principals to corrupt officials.

She said she was saddened to inform the media that half of her department’s appointment system was controlled by unions. Motshekga released an interim report about an investigation that followed a damning expose by City Press on allegations of nationwide selling of teaching posts.

“I have to be honest, the report points at a weak system in government. I wish I could say we don’t have a problem. The report is saying that half of the system is not in our control. That is a sad indictment.”

The problem was not weak laws, but a weak administration, she said.  

http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/govt-has-lost-control-over-teacher-appointments-motshekga-20151217?isapp=true

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News24: SADTU ACCUSED OF SELLING TEACHING POSTS.

Pretoria 17/12/15 – The SA Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) was fingered as the main culprit in a damning report into the alleged selling of teachers’ posts released on Thursday.

“We are aware of the stronghold of unions in some provinces,” Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga told reporters in Pretoria.

According to her task team’s interim report, government systems have allowed an exploitation of the system, which compromised proper appointments of critical educator posts. The report further says that Sadtu has a “strangle hold” on government, whereby they call the shots.

Motshekga said that, in some provinces, Sadtu appeared to control the government.

She said provinces which had clear lines between themselves and Sadtu were the Free State, Western Cape, Northern Cape and Gauteng.

http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/govt-report-accuses-sadtu-of-selling-teaching-posts-20151217?isapp=true

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South Africa: Govt Report Accuses Sadtu of Selling Teaching posts
By Lizeka Tandwa, News24 17 December 2015

The SA Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) was fingered as the main culprit in a damning report into the alleged selling of teachers’ posts released on Thursday.

“We are aware of the stronghold of unions in some provinces,” Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga told reporters in Pretoria.

According to her task team’s interim report, government systems have allowed an exploitation of the system, which compromised proper appointments of critical educator posts. The report further says that Sadtu has a “strangle hold” on government, whereby they call the shots.

Motshekga said that, in some provinces, Sadtu appeared to control the government.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201512171535.html

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Motshekga releases report into ‘jobs-for-sale’ scandal
17 December 2015 / Mia Lindeque

JOHANNESBURG – Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has released a preliminary report intoallegations of teacher posts being sold in various provinces, which confirmed the acts of corruption.

Last year the City Press newspaper revealed how irregular appointments of educators were made at schools, with the help of some South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) members and by officials in the Education Department.

The task team was initially given 120 days to complete its work, but had to extend the deadline.

Motshekga says the preliminary report has revealed very concerning tendencies in the appointment of teachers and principals.

The report also states that there is weakness in government’s system to appoint new teachers and principals across the country.

The task team have so far found that unions have a stronghold on government, where they call the shots as to who should be appointed.

Motshekga says where unions are controlling government, it is for selfish reasons which don’t benefit learners or the country.

The final report still needs to be concluded.

CRIMINAL LIABILITY

Police are now working closely with a basic education task team set up to investigate corruption relating to the so-called ‘jobs for cash scandal’ to determine whether anyone can be held criminally liable.

http://m.ewn.co.za/2015/12/17/Motshekga-releases-report-into-Jobs-for-sale-scandal

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