The 220,000-strong union has accepted the latest wage offer by employers.
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This after Numsa’s more than 200,000 striking members accepted a wage offer.
Fourteen schools were closed in Manenberg for two days due to gang violence.
Sadtu wants the harshest punishment for teachers who sexually assault pupils.
Sadtu and the dept face off over the union’s demands that a collective agreement be reinstated.
Sadtu has accused Bobby Soobrayan of violating the Public Finance Management Act.
Sadtu has slammed Zille's comments saying she's just playing politics.
A committee probing the salaries of state employees needs more time to complete its work.
The South African Democratic Teachers' Union is now willing to engage the Basic Education Ministry.
Cosatu says protests action by Sadtu are justified because their aim is to improve the education system.
Members of Sadtu are still arriving in drips and drabs for its nationwide protest.
Basic Education Department says the strike by members of Sadtu is illegal and unauthorised.
Sadtu members are expected to picket during lunch breaks this week.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has refused to comment on Sadtu’s go-slow.
Sadtu has called on all teachers to embark on a go-slow this week.
Sadtu believes authorities are downplaying the seriousness of textbook shortages in the country.
Cosatu says it will reject a proposal by the ANC to declare education an essential service.
Schools in troubled Limpopo reopen on Wednesday with a sense of optimism among pupils and teachers.
President Jacob Zuma today discussed with teachers, the challenges faced by education departments.
The protest to the Western Cape Legislature was organised by Sadtu, the ANC and ANCYL.