Sadtu concerned over violence in schools after fatal stabbing

The family of a Mayville Secondary school pupil in KwaZulu-Natal is calling for justice. The grade 10 pupil was allegedly involved in a fight with fellow and former pupils of the school, when knives were drawn. The victim is said to have been stabbed during the altercation. eNCA's Lethiwe Mdluli is following this story. #DStv403Show less


DURBAN - Teacher union Sadtu says it's concerned about violence in schools following the death of a Grade 10 pupil at Mayville Secondary School, allegedly following a stabbing.

The union is calling on communities to work together with the schools to curb crime and violence.

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Sadtu's Nomarashiya Caluza said, "these incidents are just happening as we always say as Sadtu that our communities they have this level of crime that is going up, and those things we even find them in schools."

"Sometimes, you just see these things they stem from the community .. that's is why in this particular these people were waiting for the learner outside the school and they stabbed him to death."

"It's something that needs attention, our schools are slowly becoming war zones."


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