Durban — Maggots, flies and the smell of faeces have become a norm for Saphumula Senior Secondary pupils and teachers in the Mbumbulu area about 45km southwest of Durban.
This comes after the Department of Education allegedly demolished the school’s toilets to rebuild them.
When the rebuilding process began, the school of about 400 pupils was provided with four mobile toilets which were initially treated once a week, but that has reportedly stopped. However, due to no servicing, the toilets have become full, and smelly with live maggots inside and outside for almost three years.
This has led the pupils and teachers to seek toilet usage from neighbouring households or relieve themselves…
South Africa Education News