Durban — The National Freedom Party is calling on the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education to fast-track the provision of security guards in all schools in the province, especially those in rural areas, following the burning of a school in Dumbe, north of the province, on Saturday night.
Kanye Kanye High School, which the party described as one of the best schools in the Zululand district, was set alight apparently by angry pupils after school management postponed their matric dance last week.
This, according to the NFP, sparked anger and protest among the pupils. The incident came before matric pupils sit for their exams, which starts on Monday.
Part of the school building that was…
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