Mzansi reacts to 1st private school in township operating illegally

Mzansi reacts to 1st private school in township operating illegally

Our readers called for the registration of Vosloorus' first black-owned private school after the department of education in Gauteng revealed it operated illegally.

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On Wednesday, Briefly.co.za reported the first black-owned private school in Vosloorus is operating illegally.

According to the Gauteng Department of Education, the school's registration application was declined in April last year.

However, despite this, the school opened its doors and charges parents school fees of between R1 450 and R1 750 a month.

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The article sparked quite the reaction and we took a look at some of our readers' comments.

Molato Motloung commented: "Then legalise it..I'm sure its more compliant than most schools in the area and more cleaner and health hazard free."
Julio Xavier added: "Well can't something be done to legalize the school?. It's not a tavern or a brothel. Why are people so ready to destroy a good thing?"
Shabani William said: "Jealousy jealousy jealousy these people are very jealous."
Khonjiwe Nobevu wrote: "The safety of the learners should come 1st and the lady should have waited. I don't think colour has anything to do with it, everyone must follow procedure."
Pius Dube Nyoni commented: "We don't need any permission from anyone to allow the school to run."
Audrey Mokete Nchabeleng wrote: "The state should just help her to comply with whatever Act they want her to comply with and let her continue."
John Abbott added: "Well I suppose if all the crooked politicians can do it .. so can they."
Bude Myeza said: "This is so sad, we need more schools like this. we are tired of taking our kids to schools where they are mistreated and marginalised because of color of their skin."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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