Principal faces charges of assaulting school’s teachers

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A school principal who was suspended this year for assaulting a teacher had faced similar charges two years ago, but they were later withdrawn after the complainant died on the day of the hearing.

The shocking revelation emerged this week following the return of Abel Motseki in July to Lephola Secondary School in Welkom, Free State.

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