'It destroys our future': Pupils concerned after KwaZulu-Natal schools vandalised during unrest

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A classroom.
A classroom.
Kayleen Morgan

Some KwaZulu-Natal pupils have raised concerns about further delays in the academic year after the unrest, which spread across the province last week, left more than 50 schools were vandalised.

The cry for help from the pupils comes a week before schools are expected to reopen following an extended break to curb the spread of Covid-19.

According to them, the damage done on schools would add on to the existing pressure caused by the pandemic.

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