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The Department of Basic Education is one of the departments of the South African government. It oversees primary and secondary education in South Africa. It was created in 2009 after the election of President Jacob Zuma, when the former Department of Education was divided. The political head of the department is the Minister of Basic Education; this is Angie Motshekga. The department is headquartered in Sol Plaatje House, named after the author Sol Plaatje.

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Latitude -25.7489° S 25.7489° S 25° 44' 56.04" -25° 44.934'
Longitude 28.1847° E 28.1847° E 28° 11' 4.92" 28° 11.082'
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Pretoria Central
Pretoria
Gauteng
South Africa
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