Johannesburg – The South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) has called for police visibility in schools following violent incidents.
The stabbing of a deputy principal in Alexandra last week came shortly after a vehicle of another deputy principal in Pietermaritzburg was set on fire by a pupil.
Sadtu spokesperson Nomusa Cembi said they would like to see more police officers in schools.
“We would like to see more of the security around at schools to ensure that teachers are safe from learners,” she said.
A deputy principal was stabbed with scissors by a pupil in Alexandra township and a Grade 2 teacher was stabbed in class by an unknown man in Cape Town.
Cembi said their priority is…
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