by Sakeus Iikela
LANDLESS People’s Movement (LPM) leader Bernadus Swartbooi on Saturday said Namibia’s education system has been destroyed to the point that it now drives a tribal agenda.
Swartbooi said this agenda can be applied to the “falsified glamorous performance” by rural schools in national examinations.
He said it does not make sense that a school in a rural area “that doesn’t have a full supply of electricity”, by far outperforms established and well-equipped schools in urban areas.
This can only be possible through a strategy to falsify facts allegedly being implemented by teachers who mark examinations papers at