Eastern Cape mud school puts ANC on chopping block: 'This is inhumane'

Eastern Cape mud school puts ANC on chopping block: 'This is inhumane'

Rural schools in the Eastern Cape are known to be neglected and in horrible states, yet there is nothing done to address the issue. South Africans discussed the issue on social media and it's clearly an issue that saddens everyone.

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Earlier, The Citizen reported that EFF leader Julius Malema talked about the mud schools of the Eastern Cape. He called the ANC corrupt for allowing children to go to schools that don't even have proper toilets.

Outraged South Africans discussed the mud schools on social media after Twitter user @ThembaRumbu shared photos of a mud school's horrible condition, asking that it be shared to embarrass the ruling party.

@ThembaRumbu also hoped sharing the post would attract help from someone so the school could be repaired or even replaced with better facilities.

Mud school in Lusikisiki Lugatyeni after 24 years of freedom. This is where Black kids are meant to go to school. Retweet to Embarrass the ANC Government and for anyone able to help to lend a hand.

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Tweeps were saddened and angered by the school's state and blames the ANC for neglecting so many issues in the Eastern Cape.

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