SABC NEWS: South African schools prepare for the phased-in approach of students next month this after more than two months of the lockdown restriction. Following the crisis of the global coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak, many South African educators have been left with more questions than answers when it comes to safety at schools.
Some say while they feel a sense of duty to their learners, they also face the reality that their own families could now be placed at a higher risk of infection. Grade seven and twelve students will be the first to return to the classroom. In this feature, Genevieve Lanka speaks to a few teachers about their concerns. The names of the educators in this feature have been changed to protect their identities.
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