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  • VIDEO: Leaners caught on camera LOOTING school tuck shop

    VIDEO: Leaners caught on camera LOOTING school tuck shop

    Several learners were recently caught on camera looting the tuck shop at the Woodview Secondary school in Phoenix.  

    THE VIDEO OF THE LEARNERS HAS GONE VIRAL

    In the video shared, the learners could be seen running from the tuck shop with hands full of items.

    It is not clear when the incident took place. 

    KwaZulu-Natal Education spokesperson Muzi Mahlambi made it clear that this behaviour would not be tolerated. 

    “We condemn what the learners have done. Those that can be identified in the video will be dealt with. We can not tolerate anarchy in our schools.” 

    Last month 36 learners from the Leondale High School in Germiston captured on video smoking dagga were suspended.

    ALSO READ: Puff, puff… suspended! 36 Gauteng learners captured on video smoking dagga

    LAST MONTH A VIDEO OF LEARNERS SMOKING DAGGA WENT VIRAL

    The Gauteng Department of Education confirmed that the 36 learners from the Leondale High School who were captured on video smoking dagga and acting a fool had been suspended. 

    Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi said the learners who were captured smoking dagga within the school premises have been removed and suspended from the school.

    The video that has been uploaded to social media has gone viral. In the video, several learners in school uniforms can be seen on the school grounds smoking joints of dagga. 

    LEARNERS SUSPENDED WHO WERE CAUGHT ON CAMERA

    Some learners proudly pose for the video while others blow the smoke toward the camera. Others are seen dancing and acting weirdly. 

    This comes only weeks after several learners from Gauteng schools have reportedly been hospitalised after consuming space cakes.

    A space cake can be a muffin, brownie or any other baked good with cannabis people eat to get “high”.

    According to the Gauteng Education Department, learners from Randfontein High School in the West Rand and Mamellong Secondary School in Tsakane, Ekurhuleni were hospitalised on Thursday, 7 April 2022 and Saturday, 9 April 2022 respectively.

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