The rationale of the homicide is as yet unclear at this stage.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has required the quick capture of those liable for the homicide of a teacher in the Western Cape on Tuesday.
As indicated by the branch of essential instruction, an educator was killed inside school premises at Heinz Park Primary school in Phillipi in the Western Cape on Tuesday.
The 56-year-old educator was purportedly sitting in his vehicle at the school's parking area in the first part of the day when he was drawn closer by two shooters.
"The quantity of rough violations occurring against our instructors, in schools or elsewhere in the networks is very upsetting. We censure any type of viciousness in our schools. We are working with the police to guarantee the wellbeing of our instructors, students and the whole school local area against hoodlums who keep on threatening them in a protected climate that school premises should be," said Motshekga in an assertion.
"Our program of Safety in Schools keeps on pushing for no viciousness of any structure in our schools, consequently Government drove by the Deputy Minister of Basic Education Dr Reginah Mhaule and other Deputy Ministers from the SAPS, Justice and Constitutional Development, Social Development and numerous different accomplices will escalate the mission against savagery in schools remembering Gender Based Violence for Limpopo on 15 October 2021.
"The security of instructors, students and staff is an aggregate liability of the whole society and we should all have our influence to end the savagery and crimes that happen particularly in our school premises."
Motshekga has sent her sympathies to both the group of the expired educator and the school, and approached the police to guarantee that the individuals who completed this severe killer are captured, charged and imprisoned straightaway.
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