SAHRC probing allegation Lufuno Mavhunga's school principal used corporal punishment to deal with bullying

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Classmates paid their last respects to Lufuno Mavhunga at her funeral service on 17 April.
Classmates paid their last respects to Lufuno Mavhunga at her funeral service on 17 April.
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The principal of Mbilwi Secondary School in Limpopo, where Lufuno Mavhunga was allegedly bullied, is at the centre of a corporal punishment scandal.

According to Sunday Times Daily, principal Nyambeni Lidzhade admitted to punishing a pupil in his office in connection with an unrelated bullying case.

News24 was unable to reach Lidzhade for comment at the time of publication.

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