“This Is Very Sad”: Pictures of School Children Crossing Raging River Angers Mzansi

“This Is Very Sad”: Pictures of School Children Crossing Raging River Angers Mzansi

  • Pictures of school children lining to cross a raging river in order to get to school have enraged the people of Mzansi
  • @TheRealMotase_ shared the heart-breaking pictures to his Twitter account, expressing deep concern
  • The people of Mzansi are furious and are blaming a failed government for the poor conditions these poor children are having to face

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As if these tiny tots do not go through enough having to walk far distances to get to school, now they have to cross raging rivers too?!

“This Is Very Sad”: Pictures of School Children Crossing Raging River Angers Mzansi
Social media user @TheRealMotase_ shared heart-breaking pictures of school children crossing a raging river to get to school. Image: Twitter / (@TheRealMotase_)
Source: Twitter

The government needs to step up for the children of South Africa, especially in circumstances like these. It is bad enough that some schools do not have running water or functioning sewerage, their commute shouldn’t be a Bear Grylls episode.

@TheRealMotase_ shared the heart-breaking pictures to his Twitter account after he had seen them on Facebook, he told Briefly News.

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The pictures show small children dressed in their school uniforms lining to cross a raging river in order to get to school.

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South Africa expresses their deep anger over the situation

No child should ever be subject to this, especially not when trying to get an education. The SA government needs to act, the people are angry.

To some, this is an everyday struggle, but to others, it is just a reflection of a failing government that is doing little to nothing for its people.

Take a look at some of the comments

@ntubeng20 said:

“This is what was happening this morning in my village I forgot to take the pictures ”

@maths_kubi said:

“What we are seeing her is so sad but right now we should blame people who keeps on voting for ANC this are the results.”

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Young hawker who touched hearts in pic with schoolboys being sought to receive help

A moving picture of a young boy hawking goods on a street and watching his fellow age-mates on their way to school has touched many online, reported Briefly News.

It is now being reported that well-wishers are looking for the boy's whereabouts in order to offer him assistance, which will include attending school.

The photo was first taken by Nelson Kwaje and instantly went viral after he shared it on social media.

Source: Briefly News

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