If school children or students torched school building or universities, let them study under the tree or they must build it up by themselves with their own money or their parents. They must use their own labour and pay them to do that. Where were the parents when they did this? Nobody gave them orders to do arson – it is a criminal act. Arson – the criminal act of deliberately setting fire to property, also school or municipal buldings, vehicles, trucks and even farm buildings. To enjoy a fire with a burning tyre on any road is arson – you as a child or terrorist did not build that street or road. It is also pollution to all of us and the environment. Who will pay the damages to schools and universities as well as furniture and equipment, books, etc ? Insurances? 15% VAT again to government and who will get the B-BBEE tenders?
DESTRUCTION AND REVOLUTION by students
DAMAGES TO SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES BY BLACK PEOPLE
Question: “What is the influence of crime on the S.A. Govt?”
Answer: Crime generates millions and millions of Rand’s for the SA Government
Here are the facts….
That number has doubled from a figure of R300 million in damage done to 14 universities released by the Department of Higher Education and Training in April.
Universities South Africa (USAf) estimates that the damage caused by the #FeesMustFall protests over the last year-and-a-half will cost around R700-R800 million to repair. USAf is working on estimates which incorporate the damages caused by the latest protests, which are continuing. This amounts are only a few to mention.
“In the space of the last two weeks, we have had several arson incidents that were all fortunately detected early,” said UJ. ONE YEAR period.
University of KwaZulu-Natal – R82,000,000
North West University – R54,046,169
University of the Western Cape – R46,000,000
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University – R6,600,000
Tshwane University of Technology – R5,073,747
Wits suffered R332,000 in damages in 2015, including vandalised fire extinguishers, fire hydrants, fire hose reels, toilets, becnhes, bins, and windows; flooding; damage to light fittings; and graffiti.
In April 2016, the Department of Higher Education said damage to Rhodes University was at an estimated R250,000. much more to read here:
2018 – Fifteen people have been arrested after the petrol bombing of a police vehicle outside Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging.
We are following up on the burning of 13 schools in the South Africa’s Limpopo province. The protests broke out over a district boundaries dispute.
Self-beskikking – volle soewereiniteit vir Afrikaners en Boere (reaksie op Solidariteit se skema)
This is how learners from Atwell Madala High School, Mthatha, EC spent their
#67Minutes Celebrating the true legacy of Mandela and the ANC. Burning, looting and killing.
2019 – April – The Eastern Cape Education Department is under-fire following an alleged failure to provide food for learners from the Rheswa Secondary School who were moved from Peddie to the Healdtown Comprehensive school in Fort Beaufort. The Rheswa Secondary school was shut down by the department last year as the school only had 30 learners. The learners are threatening to drop out if the department doesn’t address the food issue.
2019 – Eastern Cape
Motive behind torching of Centane school not yet known
Centane police are investigating a case of arson case after a block consisting of four classrooms at the Mabobothi Senior Secondary School was burnt down on Tuesday night. “The classes were burnt down at Komkhulu Locality, Tutura Village, Centane,” said police spokesperson, Captain Jackson Manatha. “The classrooms had desks and books of the learners. “The damage value has not yet been established.” Captain Manatha said that the motive behind the arson is not yet known.
Learners boycotted matric examinations demanding that all learners to be allowed to write. Ndaliso Senior Secondary School in Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape has been torched allegedly by angry learners. This comes after they boycotted matric examinations demanding that all learners be allowed to write. The modularisation of subjects is believed to have sparked the chaos at the school. On the Tuesday night, the administration block with all important documents was set alight. Police have been deployed to monitor the situation.
2012 – now who must build this again – taxpayers?
More than 400 schools have been burnt down / part of during night time and it is a lock down as well.
Nearly 400 schools vandalised and torched in three weeks.
Learning and teaching equipment and other expensive items have been stolen from schools across the country during the lockdown period.
The Department of Basic Education (DBE) is extremely concerned that 397 schools have been vandalised across the country since the lockdown started a mere three weeks ago. The damage caused due to torching and theft in schools will have a negative impact on the implementation of the recovery plan once the lockdown is lifted.
These are the number of schools that were vandalised in each province during the lockdown:
- Mpumalanga – 73;
- Gauteng – 67;
- Western Cape – 57;
- North West – 55;
- Northern Cape – 39 schools;
- KwaZulu-Natal – 34;
- Limpopo – 30;
- Eastern Cape – 26; and
- Free State – 16.
Motshekga has condemned the incidents of vandalism, burglary and destruction of schools across the country. The minister has welcomed the arrests of 44 suspects thus far in Gauteng, including those found in possession of stolen property linked to school break-ins in the province. Two arrests were made in the last 24 hours in KZN.
“It is really unfortunate that criminals in our communities could destroy the infrastructure of their own children. We applaud the work done by the police and we hope that more arrests will be made. We want to see the arrest and prosecution of every single criminal responsible for this kind of behaviour,” she said.
Motshekga said communities were supposed to be caretakers of the infrastructure put in place by the government for the education of children. “These criminals must be reported to the police immediately. Let us work together to safeguard the future of our children by exposing these criminal elements,” she added.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says he will work with police intelligence to establish why schools are being torched in Gauteng. This after 22 schools, the latest being Soshanguve High, north of Pretoria, have been vandalised or torched in the province, since the 21-day lockdown. The Soshanguve High School Governing Body has attributed what’s happening to a lack of security.