Alberton school chaplain under probe for ‘improper’ relations with schoolgirls

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Central College in Alberton. Picture: Msindisi Fengu
Central College in Alberton. Picture: Msindisi Fengu

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The chaplain, whose name is known to City Press, is part of the management team at the Central College High School in Alberton.

Gauteng education spokesperson Steve Mabona confirmed that a complaint had been made against the chaplain.

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