Cape Town – Parents at Blossom Road Primary School have railed against the school’s “mismanagement” which allegedly led to shortages in textbooks, a nearly half a million rand municipal bill and poor scoring for reading among learners.
The school also has a construction supply company on a portion of its property that has teachers and parents seeing red.
Teachers, who spoke to Weekend Argus on the condition of anonymity, said reports of financial mismanagement, safety hazards and corporal punishment have frustrated them.
A teacher said: “Part of the school premises, which is government-owned property, is currently being used by a building supplies company.
“The company is…
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