Tweens on a rampage at school

2010-11-11 14:36

Angry pupils at Mthambalale Primary School in Lusikisiki threw stones in the direction of teachers today after sport events and a party they were promised did not happen, Eastern Cape police said.

“About 600 pupils, from Class 1 to Grade 7, toyi-toyied and threw stones at teachers who ran for their lives,” said Captain Mduduzi Godlwana.
Police were called in.

“Pupils were forced out of the school because they were damaging property,” he said.

No serious injuries were reported or arrests made. Police would monitor the premises tomorrow, he said.

A case of malicious damage to property was opened.

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