There was bad news for a former teacher known by the name SC Matshaba as there was another bite of the dust following the dismissal of his bid to get reinstated as a teacher . The teacher reportedly got fired from Steve Tshwete Secondary School after he has assaulted a member of the School Governing Body .
He also reportedly pointed a finger at the school principal and got dismissed in 2018.Judge Edwin Tlhotlhalemaje who is reported to have presided over the case at the Labour Court said that the pointing and shouting which was done by the teacher in front of the pupils showed great level of misconduct and undermining of the school authority .
As a result of this , the bid was dismissed .The teacher Makatshaba had been an employee since 2001 until the misunderstanding took place in 2017 which led to his dismissal for misconduct .The court concluded that Makatshaba had anger issues and that it would be hard to for him to be trusted at the school .
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