Lesufi clamps down: Another school in affluent suburb operating illegally

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Gauteng Education MEC Gauteng Panyaza Lesufi shut down illegal schools on Thursday in Ivory Park. The schools were allegedly operating without approval and were not registered with the department of education. Picture: Sharon Seretlo / Gallo Images
Gauteng Education MEC Gauteng Panyaza Lesufi shut down illegal schools on Thursday in Ivory Park. The schools were allegedly operating without approval and were not registered with the department of education. Picture: Sharon Seretlo / Gallo Images

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As authorities clamped down on alleged bogus schools in a township in Gauteng this week, another school in an affluent suburb has been operating illegally since last year.

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