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3 pupils arrested for vandalism in FS

2011-01-26 21:59

Johannesburg - Three school children, aged between 16 and 18, were arrested on Wednesday for vandalism and public violence at a Botshabelo school, Free State police said.

"Police received information that pupils of Khoroyathuto high school at D section have damaged the school," Constable Consolation Mokoale said.

"On their arrival they found five cars, belonging to the teachers, damaged, the windows were broken."

On Tuesday the provincial education department and the school management had a meeting where they decided about the year mark system to be implemented, she said.

They wanted to view how pupils performed last year and those who qualified to be promoted.

"It is alleged that educators implemented the plan, but some of the learners were not satisfied. They wanted to be promoted automatically regardless of their results and that is where the problem started," Mokoale said.

"Some pupils allegedly started to throw stones at the educators' vehicles and some of the school windows were damaged. They also barricaded the school gates and the roads."

The three were expected to appear in the Botshabelo Magistrate's Court on January 28 on charges of malicious damage to property and public violence.

Comments
  • Q Lombard - 2011-01-27 07:37

    Now that is just typical primate reaction !!!!!!!!!!! I pass de standert i dont care if 10% is pass or snot. If you dont passe me i burn or brake your car and skool, when i am finis wif skool i become de ministe of finense. finis en klaar. Gee daai donnerse steenkooldissipel vir my, dan wys ek hom wat is dissipline met n leeker ou sout sweep.

      BF@24.com - 2011-01-27 08:00

      Why you racist, they should be promoted bebause of their disadvantaged past!!!!!

  • Smaal - 2011-01-27 07:55

    Yes, absolutely fine future ANCYL members and possible future presidential candidates.

  • wgibsonsa - 2011-01-27 09:17

    Backward prehistory savages. Bwet they all work in parliment one day or becone CEO's of one of the parastatals. None of those working there now have any real education anyway.

  • Colin - 2011-01-27 09:29

    This action smells of apartheid and being previously disadvantaged should automatically be sent up to the next grade. When in maybe 10 years there will be place for these idiots to fill in for members of parliment who have been pensioned off because of HIV/AIDS.

  • karin.g - 2011-01-27 09:32

    @ BF@24.com Disadvantaged past????? These guys are between the ages of 16 and 18. They do not have a disadvantaged past. And if they do, then you must take it up with their parents who did not make use of the new laws, or who has not dissiplined their kids. Send them to juveline prison!

  • pawsaw - 2011-01-27 10:01

    Please note the difference between the comments here and on the Statue post. A fail is a fail and vandalism is vandalism. Make these louts work in the school toilets until they finish school doing plumbing repairs and cleaning the blocked toilets that theor own government do NOT repair but their parents tax money on Cokes and busfares and initiation parties etc.

  • virginiagreenwoodwarner - 2011-07-28 08:14

    These poor *********** are seriously mentally disadvantaged! Nothing between 1 ear and another!

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