On Monday, January 21, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa spoke at the Basic Education Sector Lekgotla at in Johannesburg.
The President noted that at the moment the country government is taking significant measures that contribute to improving the situation in the education sector:
“Then I looked at that analysis and in the end, it concluded that the agenda that the apartheid regime has set for this country, particularly in relation to black people, we’re now beginning to turn it on its head,” said Ramaphosa.
In particular, Cyril Ramaphosa stressed that the quality of education in South African schools is indeed growing. And besides, progress is especially noticeable in disadvantaged areas.