Book dumping probe continues

2012-08-08 15:57

Johannesburg - Investigations into the recent dumping of school textbooks in Limpopo's Phalaborwa region were continuing, police said on Wednesday.

"No one has been arrested so far. We are following all possible leads," Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said.

More than 5 000 textbooks, from Grade 0 to Grade 9 for various subjects, were found dumped in Majeje on Tuesday.

On Monday, President Jacob Zuma received a preliminary report from a presidential task team that investigated the late delivery of textbooks in the province.

Zuma was studying the report and urged the task team to continue and conclude its work. He would comment on the report once the matter had been concluded.

  • kala.bafazi - 2012-08-08 16:13

    Probe probe probe. Until I see heads roll in any sort of probe then all of these probes are a waste of time and money. Let's have some proper justice.

      oom.koos.7 - 2012-08-08 17:14

      And guess's nobody’s fault again......and we are all surprised..ha ha ha...what a funny country..

      oom.koos.7 - 2012-08-08 17:16

      I want to vomit every time I read about this useless government...Oi..

  • willem.v.hoven - 2012-08-08 16:35

    Verwoerd dumped the books

  • J.Stephen.Whiteley - 2012-08-08 16:36

    Hi! I'm Angie. Angie Sabotage. If you don't know what that word means, it's French for Plots Against The Party. I don't want to name anyone: I'm a compassionate person. He'll be disciplined. The Party can take it.

  • steveroodt - 2012-08-08 17:21

    We Have people probing the Education department.We Have people probing the people who are probing the education department. With all this Probing going on looks like we all are going to probling fail as a country.

  • arthur.salvado - 2012-08-09 07:32

    Books were dumped so that new ones can ordered and that means lots of more money in a politicians pocket. Probe the whole deal and you will find huge corruption .

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