Jagersfontein schools not affected after collapse of dam wall

Johannesburg – Even though the schools in Jagersfontein are not physically affected after the collapse of the dam wall, learners have been affected as they could not access the schools.

This was revealed by the Free State Department of Education spokesperson, Howard Ndada, who said some of their learners have been affected by the situation.

“We have more than 100 learners who have been taken to an alternative accommodation by the municipality and we appreciate the municipality for intervening,” he said.

The mining dam in Jagersfontein collapsed at the weekend, leaving the community in distress with many houses destroyed and flooded. The cause of the burst tailings dam has not yet been…

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