- A Gauteng ANC spokesperson has called on the community to expose arsonists who torched four high school classrooms
- The incident occurred at Tokelo High School in Evaton on Thursday morning
- The Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said the damage caused amounted to R4 million
The ANC in Gauteng has called for the immediate apprehension of arsonists who torched classrooms at a Gauteng school.
Four classrooms were destroyed by fire at Tokelo High School in Evaton on Thursday morning.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said the damages caused amounted to R4 million.
Briefly.co.za reported that Lesufi posted about the devastating occurrence on his social media account.
Gauteng ANC spokesperson Bones Modise called the arson "an act of sabotage aimed at undermining the future of the country's children".
He told The Citizen, “We call on the community of Evaton to work with the police to help bring to book those responsible for this callous act of cowardice.
“This act of arson is a major setback for the ANC-led government to provide world class learning infrastructure across the province.”
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