Most public libraries in KwaZulu-Natal have been without internet access for almost five months, leaving many school pupils in the lurch.
A staggering 125 of the province's 225 libraries have been without internet access since April, following a contractual dispute with Telkom.
According to DA member of the legislature George Mari, his party has asked for answers from Arts and Culture MEC Bongiwe Sithole-Moloi.
Mari said he was "stunned", because it meant that most pupils would be disadvantaged.
"It is difficult to comprehend why the MEC and her department have allowed this untenable situation to drag on."
Mari added that the debacle came as matric pupils gear up to write their final exams....
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