JOHANNESBURG - The KZN Education Department has affirmed that the instructor who threatened to use a weapon at understudies as a type of discipline has been suspended.
The division said it has been getting various protests from educators and guardians about the instructor.
The Phambili Secondary School in Durban suspended the educator after reports arose, she was compromising students with a firearm.
The instructor has likewise purportedly pointed a weapon at individual educators.
The KZN Education Department has censured the occurrence, saying instructors are not permitted to carry weapons to school, not to mention a firearm.
"She was suspended before for other offense. This one we have a report from the school to express out loud whatever she is doing and we have been getting grumblings from irritating her partners and students and guardians," said KwaZulu-Natal Basic Education representative Muzi Mahlambi.
The division said directing has been proposed to the understudies and educators
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