When will Schools Reopen After Lockdown in South Africa: Well according to The South African website, there was a leaked national COVID-19 curriculum recovery plan document by Motshekga’s department which stated last week that pupils in grades 12 and 7 could be the first to return to school on May 6, while grades 11 and 6 were scheduled to return on May 20, with all the remaining grades expected to return in June and July.
Parents, students and pupils are still unsure about what lockdown Level 4 means for the education sector. Government was expected to explain this today, but that briefing has been postponed. Sadtu General-Secretary Mugwena Maluleke reiterates that this academic year can still be recovered
Basic Education Minster, Angie Motshekga will brief the nation on the 27 April 2020 on the plans to re-open schools.
The Minister of Basic Education @DBE_SA, Mrs Angie Motshekga, will brief media on Monday. She will be joined by Minister Blade Nzimande of Higher Education, Science & Innovation. Time will be confirmed over the weekend @Lesufi @Steve_Mabona— Gauteng Education (@educationgp) April 24, 2020