NAPTOSA, the second largest union in the education sector, was registered by the Registrar of Labour Relations as the Trade Union on 1 November 2006. Furthermore, .
NAPTOSA enjoys all the rights of a trade union and operates within the National ELRC under the name of the Combined Trade Unions (CTU), called CTU – ATU. The Provincial Autonomous Teachers’ Unions (ATU) consist of NAPTOSA (the corresponding party), NATU, PEU, PSA and SAOU.
NAPTOSA is the only education sector union that is truly representative of the demographics of South Africa. Its strength lies in the diverse backgrounds of its members, bound by a common commitment to professionalism and to educating the youth of South Africa.
Implementation of the abridged version of curriculum and assessment policy statement (CAPS) section 4 amendments in Grade 12.
The abridged version is now available on the DBE website through the link below
EDUCATOR (PROMOTION) PL 2- 4 AND CHIEF/ EDUCATION THERAPIST POSTS
At public ordinary and public special schools
Download the documents from the GDE website. Click on the link below:
Closing date: 23 April 2021
In particular NAPTOSA wishes its Christian and Jewish members a blessed time as you commemorate your respective holy days. May this be a time of peace, reflection and strengthening of your faith.
Christian: Good Friday and Easter Sunday
Easter takes place on a Sunday, after the 40-day period called Lent. Lent is referred to as a time of fasting, but participants focus more on giving up one significant indulgence. Holy Week is the celebrated during the week leading up to Easter. It begins on Palm Sunday, continues to Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and then finally, Easter Sunday.
Jewish: Pesach (Passover)
Passover commemorates the Biblical story of Exodus — where God freed the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. The celebration of Passover is prescribed in the book of Exodus in the Old Testament. Passover celebrates the Jewish people’s freedom and liberty from tyranny and autocracy. It deals with the struggle that Hebrews endured to reach—and create—the “Land of Hope and Promise.” In honor of this, every year thousands of followers and believers observe Pesach.