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Firearm Men Attacked Caiphus Nyoka Auxilary School And Threatens The School Representative To step d

Caiphus Nyoka Optional school in Etwatwa, Springs where a head and her agent were held prisoner and attacked by men who compromised them and furthermore burglarized them. /Bongiwe Mchunu

Johannesburg - Three firearm employing men attacked the incapacitated head of Caiphus Nyoka Auxiliary School and her representative and took their own things, taking steps to kill the head on the off chance that she doesn't leave her position.

Nomawethu Boloshe, who has been utilizing braces after a fender bender left her unfit to stroll all alone, and her acting appointee Sisi Motha was assaulted on Monday at the school, which is arranged in Etwatwa, Daveyton, in Ekurhuleni.


The administrator of the Local area Policing Gathering nearby, Fani Msimang, said he got a call at 4.29pm making him aware of the occurrence.

He said he reached the police, who said the wrongdoing anticipation unit was nearby and would react instantly.

Msimang said when he showed up, the police were at that point there, taking note of that Boloshe, whose face was enlarged from the beating, let the police know that the men constrained her, Motha, and a patroller to the ground and continued to attack her and her representative.

The men additionally took their work and individual cellphones, took their vehicle keys and Boloshe's rings prior to securing them up in the workplace.

The assailants then, at that point, escaped in a dark Fiat with no enrollment plates.

"They told her she should leave, how was she actually treating the school. 'When are you going to leave? In the event that you return here, we will kill you'," said Msimang relating everything Boloshe said to the police.

As per Msimang, the men then, at that point, gave the keys to a kid at an elementary school close by and trained him to return them to the school.

Msimang accepted the assault was pointed toward threatening Boloshe and Motha, who have been transparently tested with regards to their situations at the school.

Boloshe, as per Msimang, who has been with the school for under a year, was blamed by four educators last year for giving students test papers to support the pass rate.

The allegations were explored by the region schooling specialists, who got her free from the claims.

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Bongiwe Mchunu Caiphus Nyoka Etwatwa Nomawethu Boloshe Sisi Motha


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