Monday, 29 October 2012

Public School fees - Becoming unaffordable


The Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga of South Africa is ''shocked ''and ''angry'' about  the increase of school fees next year.

There has been a meeting about the increase and some schools have hiked the price to R30 000 per year per person.

This is frightening, because if you have 2 or 3 children it will be like R100 000 per year - most parents cannot afford this. Which means that children wont be able to get a education.

On top of this electricity bills that already  increased by 148% in the last 4 years - will double again in the next 5 years. Add the Rising petrol prices and food prices allot of families are not going to be able to afford living  - already this is happening.

According to the basic education Education Minister Angie Motshekga there is nothing that can be done to stop the rising prices for education.

The question to be asked is where does the tax-payer money go? Ask any South-African and they will tell you - in the government officials pockets. But there is basically nothing being done about that.

Something that will help allot is if the tax payers money was actually allocated to where it is needed - like education fees. Instead millions, if not billions already, go towards big palaces and parties and mansions and friends and family.

Corruption is disrupting and causing suffering for South Africans.

IN a Equal Money System education will be one of the basic needs and a given - no paying for education. Electricity and food is also a basic need will be provided for all beings.

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