Congratulations to the class of 2019!

The Council congratulates the class of 2019 on the national pass rate of 81.3%, which is an improvement of 3.1% compared to the 2018 results. This is a historic achievement for the country, which is above the 80% mark.

The Department of Basic Education is commended for its initiatives to improve teaching and learning in the public education system, such as its focus on equity; improved access to schooling; Learners with Special Education Needs (LSEN) and the inclusion of progressed...

Message of Condolence - Mr Fikile Nthathu

The ELRC is deeply saddened by the news of the sudden passing of an exemplary leader, Mr Fikile Nthathu, SADTU Northern Cape Provincial Secretary.

It is unfathomable that a great life could end so swiftly, but our splendid celebration and recognition is of a great legacy, of a full life dedicated to a noble cause.

Mr Nthathu contributed to the successes in the ELRC, as Negotiator, fervently representing members in the Council.

It is not our own professed glory that...

Message of support to matriculants

The ELRC wishes the class of 2019 all the best as they write their final examination papers.

May all your hard work bear fruit. This is the culmination of 12 years of preparation and forms the foundation of your future career goals. May you be rewarded with great success.

“Put your heart, mind, intellect and soul even to your smallest acts. This is the secret of success.” Swami Sivananda



World Teachers' Day - Celebrating our teachers

World Teachers’ Day is celebrated the world over on 5th October to honour and appreciate teachers for their valuable contribution to societal growth and transformation.

This year’s UNESCO theme is, “Young Teachers: The Future of the Profession”. A reminder that teaching should reclaim its rightful place as a revered vocation, one that attracts young students who are eager to transform education with new ideas and invigorated passion.

We celebrate and salute all teachers today...

Media Release – Sexual Misconduct Reports

The Education Labour Relations Council is aware of the media reports on the suspension of two educators, one in the Eastern Cape from Khoto Primary School and the other from Tongaat Secondary School in KwaZulu-Natal, based on alleged sexual misconduct.

As stipulated in Collective Agreement No. 3 of 2018, the matters will be dealt with in the ELRC through an arbitration process (Inquiry by the Arbitrator), once the Department has concluded its internal processes.



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