Schools – stolen laptops Gauteng

  This is the reality -  since when must a shool supply tablets or computers to children and where are the necessary insurances on this equipment?  This ANC government do it because they want to feed them like them.   In our days, before 1994, there was no such luck to have such elite computers to… Continue reading Schools – stolen laptops Gauteng

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Schools torched in South Africa

  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… Continue reading Schools torched in South Africa

Discipline at schools – South Africa

  Deputy Minister of police, Bongani Mkongi, has called on South Africans to begin the discussion on corporal punishment in schools. Mkongi says that since the banishment of corporal punishment, alternative forms of discipline are not bearing fruit.   The police deputy minister was speaking at a school safety summit hosted by the Gauteng government in… Continue reading Discipline at schools – South Africa

Tragiese ongeluk op skool Vanderbijlpark

Meegevoel aan die kinders se ouers en vriende wie oorlede is, asook skoolvriende wat iemand spesiaal verloor het.  Harte is seer oor die ongeluk.   Die tonele lyk skrikwekkend wat hier moes gebeur het.  Sterkte aan die skool. Christa Eybers | Three pupils died and more than 20 others were injured after a walkway collapsed at Hoërskool Driehoek in… Continue reading Tragiese ongeluk op skool Vanderbijlpark

The R105 million Menzi question

  What is the real expenditure for those stolen goods?   Could this really add up to R105 million? The primary school was robbed just a week after education MEC Panyaza Lesufi opened the R105m facility and asked Tsakane residents to look after it.    stolen included 185 tablets, eight laptops, two projectors and three desktop… Continue reading The R105 million Menzi question