Durban – The Grade 10 learner who allegedly doused a deputy principal’s vehicle alight before setting it alight is on the run.
On Wednesday, IOL reported that the Northbury Secondary School learner had been reprimanded by the deputy principal after he was caught with a cellphone – which is against the Pietermaritzburg school’s policy.
“His phone was confiscated and put in a safe place. It is understood that the learner was sent home but returned a while later and threw petrol onto the deputy principal’s vehicle, a Hyundai i30, and set it alight,” said the spokesperson at the Department of Education in KZN, Kwazi Mthethwa.
He added that the learner is facing disciplinary action.A deputy…
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