THE Basic Education Department has boasted that its interventions in the Eastern Cape and Limpopo are starting to yield tangible results.
The Eastern Cape Education Department was placed under administration in March 2011, while Limpopo had five of its departments, including education, placed under national control in December of that year.
Eastern Cape administrator Ray Tywakadi said the department had improved from a disclaimer to a qualified opinion in its financial audits by the auditor-general.
He said 90% of critical posts had been filled in the province.
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