One of the worst days at Mazibuko High School was when the truth about an interaction between a 15-year-old student and a female mathematics instructor came to light. According to reports, the alleged criminal was a teacher known as Miss Nompilo Malatji.
On the morning of the crime, the 15-year-old grade 9 student stated that his instructor called him and informed him that he couldn't go home because he needed more lessons to boost his grades, per the report.
The teacher's actions may have appeared to be motivated by a desire to assist the youngster, as most teachers will teach extra lessons for a fee. However, the teacher was acting with malice aforethought.
As it turns out, the 15-year-old did wait until after school, and when he arrived, he was promised that his grades would be improved.
In her office, the 15-year-old pupil was allegedly undressed by his instructor and raped. After the embarrassing episode, the teacher allegedly told the kid that she would raise his arithmetic grade if he remained silent.
Student, 15, also accused the teacher of threatening to kill him and his family if he ever said anything negative about the school or the teacher. An investigation is under underway to discover the truth following the teacher's denial of all charges.
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