On 22 May 2016, the Constitutional Court found the school admission regulations in Gauteng to be justifiable and not in conflict with national legislation. In this piece, published by Cape Argus on 23 May 2016, Equal Education stated the decision should prompt governing bodies and provincial education departments to re-examine their admissions policies. The Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke delivered his judgment in the Constitutional Court, which included rulings on several measures that will affect education across South Africa. Public schools will be expected to “take into account the disparities in the education system characterized by the legacy of apartheid” and schools must ensure “that the right to education extends equally to all learners.”

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