So much violence has been happening in school all around the country, learners bullying each other, learners threatening educators with knives, principals getting their 'balls' grabbed by learners, it's just violence reported every day.
Another dreadful incident happened at a primary school in the North West Province in Brits as reports emerging suggests that the female teacher had to be rushed to the hospital after getting stabbed right inside her class, in full view of her learners.
According to a Tweet by SABC News, the teacher sustained serious injuries after a man walked into her class and stabbed her repeatedly on Monday as school re-opened.
It is alleged that the 45 year old teacher was stabbed several times by her 63 year old boyfriend who enteted the school premises wearing a balaclava and went straight to the class and started stabbing the woman.
The man was then served with mob justice before being taken away by the police.
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