- The Department of Education has heard the #CelebritiesAreNotTeachers screams loud and clear
- When the people of Mzansi saw that celebs were going to be teaching their kids during the lockdown, peeps were not happy at all
- In an official press release, the Department of Education announced that celebs have been scrapped and replaced with proper qualified teachers
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The Department of Education got hammered for allegedly hiring celebs as tutors for online classes during lockdown. Well, let’s just say the issue has been resolved.
The nationwide lockdown pulled children out of school early and is keeping them out of school for longer than their normal Easter holidays would.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the people of Mzansi were heard loud and clear. The Department of Education has officially booted celeb tutors from the. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Lockdown Digital School.
People felt that there was no need for celebs to try and be teachers, especially in a time where children need proper education. #CelebritiesAreNotTeachers was trending and it clearly worked.
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Celebs such as DJ Sbu Leope, Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa, Pearl Modiadie, Khaya Mthethwa, Penny Lebyane, Thuli Thabethe, Phumeza Mdabe and Somizi Mhlongo have been cancelled. The people win again.
In an official press release, the Department of Education announced that celebs have been cut and that they have teamed up with DStv to broadcast the lessons on television – with real teachers this time!
Well done, the people's voices were heard and our children will be receiving proper, educated education.
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