- Panyaza Lesufi, Gauteng's MEC for Education, is devastated by a recent theft at a school in Soweto
- Thieves broke into Esithibeni Primary School in Zola 1 and stole tablets and computers
- Lesufi wants the thieves to be taught a lesson they will not forget
He is very upset after a theft at a school in Soweto, Briefly.co.za learnt. As reported on by News24, Lesufi has issued a warning to the thieves.
The school, Esithibeni Primary School in Zola 1, was broken into on Friday, 4 October, and expensive technology, including 90 tablets, 3 computers and some 'smart boards' were stolen.
It is estimated the damage is somewhere near R3 million.
Taking to social media Lesufi expressed his unhappiness and said that the thieves must be taught a lesson they will never forget.
The MEC feels this is more than just a break-in - it is an attack on education.
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