The DBE gives a breakdown of the role of the SGB

Public schools across the country are set to elect their school's School Governing Bodies (SGB) from 1 to 31 March.

Gauteng parents have particularly been urged to participate in the process.

Stephen Grootes spoke to Gauteng Basic Education spokesperson Steve Mabona to find out more about the role of the SGB.

The SGB plays a major role in the functionality of the school because they need to assist us in the governance, they look at the financial administration, maintenance of the school. appointments of staff.

Steve Mabona, spokesperson for Gauteng Basic Education department

They also manage the affairs of the curriculum, there is no time lost.

Steve Mabona, spokesperson for Gauteng Basic Education department

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