The application for reinstatement by a former Gauteng teacher who was fired for hitting two pupils with a pipe , using derogatory terms in referring to them, and swearing at one of his female workmates was dismissed by the Education Labour Relations Council.
The Council had dismissed the application of Fanyana Mabasa in 2018 after his dismissal in 2017 .However , the department of education was ordered to pay the former teacher his month´s salary of R22 136 .50 after it was ruled that the procedure regarding his dismissal was unfair .
Mabasa reportedly swore at his colleague when she questioned him about returning late from collecting his payslip .A former Grade 7 pupil at the time of the assault confirmed that he and his friend had been hit using a pipe for allegedly disturbing the class . It did not end there , the former teacher would call the pupils dogs .
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