KZN learner accused of torching deputy principal’s car due in court

Durban – A KwaZulu-Natal learner, who allegedly torched a senior school staffer’s car alight last week, is set to make his first court appearance this morning.

The Grade 10 learner, from Northbury Park Secondary School in Pietermaritzburg, faces charges of malicious injury to property after he allegedly poured petrol on the deputy principal’s vehicle and set it alight.

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IOL broke the story last week, after videos of the incident…

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