Durban — A 16-year-old KwaZulu-Natal pupil is due to appear in court on Tuesday after allegedly shooting and wounding his teacher following an argument at Mqhawe Secondary School in Ntuzuma.
According to the SAPS at about 11.30am last Thursday, a learner apparently shot a 30-year-old teacher after he reprimanded him for making noise while matric pupils were writing an exam.
It is alleged that after being reprimanded, the pupil then threatened the teacher and told him that he would shoot him once the school was out, which he allegedly did.
Provincial police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Nqobile Gwala confirmed the incident.
“A case of attempted murder is being investigated by Inanda…
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