The Guardroom That Costs over R400k Built By The NW Dept Of Education At A School
By Shonisani_Cliff | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 3804 views
Corruption and looting is something that is becoming a common thing within our government, people who are in charge try their level best to steal as much as they can whenever an opportunity presents itself.
Many schools have no classrooms, if they have them, they are not in a good condition to be used, they surely need to be renovated, but the North West Department of Education doesn't have enough money to renovated the classes, yet they have enough money to build a guard room.
According to reports from Polokwane News24, there is a guardroom built in one of the schools in the NW province with costs almost R500 000.
"Almost R500 000 spent on school guardhouse instead of classrooms. The guardhouse at Promosa Secondary school in Potchefstroom , cost almost a million Rand. Regardless part of a hall ceiling allegedly collapsed on pupils while writing examination at the same school last year and the school also has asbestos classrooms," the publication reports.
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