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After the latest incident, the department also confirmed that a pupil who was kidnapped on Wednesday

A 18-year-old Grade 12 student from Sandringham High School in Johannesburg is getting injury directing in the wake of enduring a seizing endeavor on Friday. 

The occurrence occurred close to the Lyndhurst Primary School when she was strolling to school. 


A white Chevrolet vehicle with four men inside supposedly drove towards her. One of the men, who was outfitted, attempted to push her into the vehicle, however, she fended him off and shouted, which alarmed spectators. 


The frightened speculates then ran away from the area. 


[MEDIA STATEMENT]: The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) has been educated that a 18 year old Grade 12 young lady student from Sandringham High School in Johannesburg endure a capturing endeavor on Friday morning, 19 November 2021. @Lesufi @Steve_Mabona pic.twitter.com/hALSSTOLc9—Gauteng Department of Education (@EducationGP1) November 19, 2021 


A staff part, who turned out to be passing by and saw the capturing endeavor securely went with the teen to school. 


"The matter was accounted for to the Sandringham Police Station and she is getting injury advising from our Psycho-Social Unit," said Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi. 


The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) affirmed that a student from E. P. Baumann Primary School who was abducted on Wednesday is as yet absent. 


"We call upon general society to offer any clues they might need to help continuous grabbing examinations," said the GDE in an assertion. 


"We are crushed to learn of another student abducting experience in the area this week, however we are happy that this specific endeavor fizzled," said Lesufi. 


"To be sure, we should hail the concerned residents who figured out how to mediate and help our student," he added. 

Another kidnapping attempt in Sandringham High School (citizen.co.za)

The division has met with school administering bodies across Gauteng. All partners concurred that Covid-19 screening and checking techniques should be done inside the school premises with prompt impact," said Lesufi.

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