“Unfortunately‚ COSATU’s planned strike fails to take the protest to the headquarters of state capture‚ Saxonwold at the Gupta residence‚” Mashaba said in a statement. “If COSATU and its affiliates are determined to fight corruption‚ they must first take this fight to where corruption is planned‚ at Saxonwold. “Under the new administration‚ we have made it clear that corruption has no place within the City.
“I am expecting teaching to resume today [Tuesday]. The four teachers who were barred at the school‚ should be allowed to go back‚” Lesufi said in an interview with Radio 702 on Tuesday. Lesufi said an acting principal has been appointed while the department looks for a “suitable” candidate. “We believe we have a proposal on the table which all parties should accept. “I am advising all parties involved to resolve the impasse immediately. We must not get tired of building non-racialism‚” Lesufi said.
“These acts of violence in our schools are deplorable and should be condemned. They range from corporal punishment‚ bullying‚ killing of scholar patrollers to cases of assault between learners‚” Lesufi said in a statement. “We again express our condolences to the parents of learners that have lost their lives in the recent past‚ including the family of the learner that committed suicide in the Ekurhuleni region.
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