Limpopo primary school students made to empty their bucket toilets

Limpopo primary school students made to empty their bucket toilets

A report indicates that the students at Mohlope Primary School in Sekhukhune, Limpopo, were instructed to empty the buckets they have to use as toilets. The school's principal apparently gave the order.

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An incident at a Limpopo school has left many South Africans outraged and disappointed.

EWN reports that the students at Mohlope Primary School in Sekhukhune were apparently told by their principal to empty their bucket toilets.

The Limpopo Education, MEC Polly Mkhondo, has expressed her dismay over these allegations.

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The Education Department has also stated that it is disappointing and will investigate the matter to get to the bottom of it.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that Sam Mkhondo, Limpopo Education spokesperson, said:

"We have to do a due diligence investigation because this is a serious matter. It involves the abuse of learners who should be enjoying protection from their school."
"There is no way they can grow in their confidence if they are treated as alleged."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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