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School that was set alight during protests in Vuwani, Limpopo. (News24 Correspondent)
School that was set alight during protests in Vuwani, Limpopo. (News24 Correspondent)

Cape Town - Children in Vuwani are still losing out on school lessons, as the situation has still not settled completely following massive demarcation protests.

"It's a difficult situation for education authorities because, until such time as the environment stabilises, we are not able to implement our recovery plan," said education department spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga.

"Intimidation is still an issue that concerns us a lot," he added.

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