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Bad news received by the minister of education

The South Africans awoke to the sad news that a teacher in one of the elementary schools in the province of Western Cape had been beaten to death by a grade six pupil only a few minutes after arriving from domestic to work. The children were sent home once the orders were halted.

The instructor screamed and lied down before succumbing to the gunshot wounds he received from the novices. The protection of lecturers and other inexperienced people at public faculties has been a topic of discussion among South Africans on social media. The texture, such as the department of primary education, ought to have long ago done something about this, as this is not the first time a trainer has been attacked by a learner.

Angie Motshekga, the minister of basic education, has called for a swift response involving the use of the police to apprehend the accused student. Motshekga further stated that the department has implemented a number of measures in various institutions around the United States in order to protect academics and innocuous newcomers.

Bullies, gang members, and tablet users are all too common in South African classrooms. They have been used as tiny jails on a regular basis. Because of the hostile environment, it has been difficult for dedicated novice people to demonstrate their ability. The difficulties of inexperienced people being permitted an excessive degree of freedom under the law has drastically changed the training environment.

source: News/status/1440365914864513031?s=19; News/status/1440365914864513031?s=19 Ne

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