JOHANNESBURG - Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said that security in schools stayed a need for her specialty as they zeroed in on giving a favorable climate to learning and instructing.
Security has been addressed after Phomolong Secondary School appointee head Thembisile Ngendane was shot dead while leaving her school on Friday.
Shooters started shooting at her vehicle.
The killing of Ngedane has gotten wellbeing schools to the spotlight.
Fundamental Education Minister Angie Motshekga said that many schools kept on wrestling with fierce occurrences.
"We are concerned, not just myself as priest, we are worried as an area. I was likewise getting reports from the MEC about different occurrences we knew about a killed in primary Lens, a burglary occurring in Springs, so we super feel helpless, we feel under attack however then again, we really do get bunches of help from networks, I can't say anything negative with regards to it. We simply need to proceed to truly further develop the security frameworks that we have," Minister Motshekga said.
The suspects are currently on the loose and police have spoke to anybody with data to contact their closest police headquarters.
The rationale in the killing isn't yet known.
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