Limpopo independent schools had been hard at work doing school projects and assignments during the lockdown.
The lockdown forced many to stay inside their homes, as adults worked remotely and students resorted to online classes.
Daily lessons in the form of videos and school projects are circulated on social media platforms and emails by the educators.
Sekhukhune Times contacted several schools in the Limpopo province that confirmed they had been offering online lessons to their learners.
Fatima Mahomed of Highlands College confirmed that her school commenced with the online teachings four weeks ago.
“We are in our fourth week doing online teachings. All our grades are benefitting from this initiative. The pupils have been kept busy since we started sending our assignments and videos online.
We have kept them updated and on track”
Calvin College’s Partson Ngwarai indicated that his school is also providing online classes.
The schools thanked the parents for their support during the challenging period.
At the time of going to print it was not yet known when schools will reopen In South Africa.