A teacher at a Kimberley school has been placed on precautionary suspension after he allegedly forced two pupils to fight in front of an entire class. The mother of one of the two pupils involved in the alleged incident has opened a case with the police against the teacher, who allegedly told the two Grade 6 pupils to come to the front of the class and fight each other.
The parent said on Tuesday that her Grade 6 son came home from school on Monday afternoon with his face covered in bruises and blue marks, after allegedly being instigated by his teacher to fight another pupil in his class. Kimberley - A Kimberley parent has called for the dismissal of a teacher at Du Toitspan Primary School, who allegedly forced her 12-year-old son into a fist fight with a fellow classmate, in front of the entire class. “My son came home and shielded his face from me.
Accused wanted out of prison as he said the living condition were 'below par' and his salary had been frozenA MAN accused of kidnapping and murdering his ex-girlfriend and then dumping her body in the veld before setting fire to it, was denied bail in the Kimberley Magistrate’s Court yesterday.
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