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PRIMARY school children are claimed to be bringing drugs, firearms and sex items to school.

This was according to national school governing body (SGB) head Gilbert Monaisa, who stated children recently were highly rude towards instructors since they were under the effect of narcotics.

Monaisa was speaking at a Safety Summit in Diepkloof, Soweto, which was organized by the Gauteng Department of Community Safety on Sunday, 15 May.

He said: “They don’t respect their professors. They came to school high. These students are hooked to narcotics in elementary school. Parents pls assist us. These youngsters carry firearms to school.”

He stated instructors were becoming younger, which was presumably why the children were rude towards them.

“Our professors today are millennials. There are no longer instructors who are mother and father figures.”

Monaisa claimed there was a recent instance at a primary school in Diepkloof when a young kid brought a sex object to school.

“This young guy is 13 years old. He arrived to school with a vibrator and was poking other students with it. When we were interrogating him about it, he informed us it belonged to his mother,” he stated.

“Parents, parents, we are requesting that we examine the situation of these kids, particularly at the elementary school level, so that we can understand how we can support them.”


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