Johannesburg – Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga has warned that gang-related incidents at schools across the country have been reported.
She said her department has received news of 411 gang-related incidents.
She said a number of measures had been taken to clamp down on gangsterism in schools. This includes a crackdown on drug dealing, truancy, bullying and theft.
Motshekga said one of the factors leading to these incidents were social issues that spill over into the schools. Gangsterism was part of this.
“Bullying and physical fights committed by gangsters in schools are influenced by social issues, originating in the communities and spilling over to the schools. In…
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