- The teacher, Clarissa Venter, who was filmed smacking a learner at Sans Souci Girls High, will be allowed to return following her suspension
- Venter has already appeared in court with the learner but the case has been postponed until 18th April
- Venter has been slapped with a fine, anger management classes and a final warning
The teacher who was caught slapping one of her learners at Sans Souci Girls High will be allowed to resume her teaching duties.
Following her suspension, Clarissa Venter, will return to the school on the 2nd April when the 2nd term commences.
The 34-year-old previously appeared in court with the relevant pupil but will return on 18th April, following a postponement.
However, the school’s governing body has already opted to support the popular teacher.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on how fellow learners at the school pledged their support behind Venter after claims of racism.
The 16-year-old learner also revealed how unhappy she was at the school and has subsequently left.
The South African reported that Venter has been slapped with a fine, a final warning and forced to attend anger management classes.
Spokesperson to the Education MEC, Jessica Shelver, confirmed that the disciplinary process has officially concluded.
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