ANCWL wants KZN sex tape teacher banned from profession

2016-08-19 12:04

Durban - The ANC Women’s League on Friday expressed its shock at the conduct of a KwaZulu-Natal teacher, who allegedly filmed himself having sex with a pupil.

ANCWL secretary general Meokgo Matuba said the offending teacher should be barred from the profession.

The league called on pupils, parents and teachers to support the man’s alleged victims and ensure he faced the full might of the law

The graphic video footage was reported to the education department, which immediately suspended the teacher from Ekucabangeni High School in Nquthu on Thursday.

The teacher allegedly lured several girls to his cottage on the school grounds, and filmed himself having sex with them.

"Schools are centres of development for positive citizenry, self-improvement, and occupational preparation. Anyone who turns them to centres for sexual exploitation of learners must be barred for the rest of his life from school yards," Matuba said.


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