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The drastic cut in the school infrastructure budget of R1.7bn in the supplementary budget will have devastating long term consequences for the basic education sector, nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) argued in parliament Friday.

In addition to this cut, the basic education department reprioritised R4.4bn mainly from its infrastructure grant to fund Covid-19 relief...

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