Startling data showed that between April 2021 and March 2022, 11 287 girls in Limpopo were reported to be pregnant.
The young women, most of whom are still in school, are a part of South Africa’s rising worry over teen pregnancies. But who or what is to blame?
George Moroasui, ethics manager for the South African Council of Educators (Sace), said in a recent interview that many of the 11 287 teenage girls believed to be pregnant are the product of extramarital relationships.
In the same study that listed the startling number of young females, who ranged in age from 10 to 19, it was disclosed that 11 teachers had their employment terminated after it was discovered they had impregnated…
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