PANYAZA LASHES BULLYING AT PARKTOWN HIGH
Tormenting AT PARKTOWN HIGH
PARKTOWN Boys High is on the news once more.
A screengrab from the video.
This time for a tormenting execution that moved on the web on Thursday, 8 April.
The occurrence is affirmed to have happened in the early evening at the school's fold shop. The upsetting video shows one understudy fiercely assaulting another prior to being halted by a gathering of different students.
After the video became a web sensation, the understudies engaged with the quarrel were suspended.
In an explanation, Lesufi upbraided the evil order appeared by the students and asked all understudies not to act in a way that will risk their future.
"We don't endure such a savage conduct in our schools. Understudies should zero in on their examinations and if a matter emerges which pesters them, they should talk with their teachers or administrators about it as opposed to assuming control over issue," said Lesufi.
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