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Youth Urges KZN DBE To Release Its Scholar Transport Policy

Around 483 633 learners in KwaZulu Natal (KZN) walk more than half an hour in one direction to school each day, according to the 2016 Statistics South Africa General Household Survey. Many learners across the country walk long distances in sunshine and rain, crossing rivers and hiking through the mountains to get to school. But the problem is the worst in KZN.

These learners are high on education advocacy organisation Equal Education’s (EE) agenda. In the rural village of Nquthu, in northern KZN,…


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