1. Parliament seeks 'drastic action' for 'sexist' tweets promoting reading  TimesLIVE
  2. Education spokesman apologises for #ReadtoLead tweets  eNCA
  3. Education minister slams 'sexist' campaign  eNCA
  4. Motshekga distances herself, education department from spokesperson's 'naked display of chauvinism'  News24
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The National Assembly's basic education portfolio committee wants "drastic action" to be taken against the department's spokesperson for "sexist" tweets he posted at the weekend to "promote reading".The National Assembly's basic education portfolio committee wants "drastic action" to be taken against the department's spokesperson for "sexist" tweets he posted at the weekend to "promote reading".

Parliament seeks 'drastic action' for 'sexist' tweets promoting reading

Algoa FM is an adult, contemporary radio station broadcasting on between 94 to 97 FM Stereo in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa.Parliament's portfolio committee on education has condemned tweets of semi-naked women posted by Department of Basic Education spokesman Elijah Mhlanga for the 'Read to Learn' campaign, saying they were inappropriate and objectified women.Mhlanga posted a series of suggestive photogra

Top Education Dept official in hot water over lewd tweets | Algoa FM

The Basic Education Minister slams what she calls a sexist reading campaign championed by her spokesperson.The Basic Education Minister slams what she calls a sexist reading campaign championed by her spokesperson.

Education minister slams 'sexist' campaign | eNCA

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has distanced herself and her department from half-naked pictures shared alongside the department's "Read to Lead" initiative on Twitter. Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has distanced herself and her department from half-naked pictures shared alongside the department's "Read to Lead" initiative on Twitter.

Motshekga distances herself, education department from spokesperson's 'naked display of chauvinism' | News24

Last week, Elijah Mhlanga tweeted sultry pictures of half-dressed men and women holding books while encouraging a culture of reading.Last week, Elijah Mhlanga tweeted sultry pictures of half-dressed men and women holding books while encouraging a culture of reading.

Parly committee wants action against DBE spokesperson over 'sexist' tweets