WCED spokesperson Bronagh Hammond

Protesters create chaos on Cape Town roads

Capetonians woke up to complete chaos on Thursday morning as traffic was congested on major parts of the N2 due to the Khayelitsha shutdown. Tyres and rubble were set alight, blocking roads in and around the area which resulted in Khayelitsha being declared a no-go zone for public transport. “We’ve[…]

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WCED warns of fake enrolment notice

The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) warned of a fake enrolment notice making its rounds in Du Noon in Cape Town. The fake advertisement reads as follows: “2020 Grade 8 and Grade 1 students’ enrolment is currently open for all schools that are in the Western Cape. Registration is open[…]

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Case of crimen injuria reported against Rosebank coach

A case of crimen injuria has been registered against a Rosebank Junior School coach who reportedly instructed a group of Grade six pupils to partially strip after money had disappeared from their classroom. Western Cape Education Department spokesperson Bronagh Hammond said the coach admitted to instructing the boys to strip[…]

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