Founder of the One South Africa (OSA) movement Mmusi Maimane has been denied direct access to the Constitutional Court in his case to stop schools from reopening on Monday.
In an urgent application to the apex court, Maimane’s OSA challenged the government’s decision to reopen schools.
Maimane highlighted poor infrastructure, school overcrowding, staff shortages and sanitation as some of the reasons not to reopen schools.
However, the court did not see the need for direct access on an urgent basis.
Thabo Bester Did Not Die In A Fire But Escaped From Prison – DCS
SA Won’t Go Beyond Stage 6 Power Cuts – Ramokgopa
Medical Fees Rise By 5.3% In February – Stats SA
Power Cuts Case Continues
Ramokgopa Tours Troubled Tutuka
EFF’s No-Confidence Motion Against Speaker Fails
The National Treasury Should Do More To Alleviate Household Costs Of Loadshedding
Eskom Concedes That Outrage Over Power Cuts Warranted
Electricity Minister To Visit All Power Stations
Over 500 Arrested Nationwide During Protest Action
Malema Rubbishes Concerns That EFF Nationwide Protest Will Turn Violent
Santaco Says Taxi Industry Will Operate As Normal