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Parents planned to burn down school – Lesufi

@City_Press 17 April 2015 21:33

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says “shocking intelligence” revealing deliberations in a community meeting to burn down Roodepoort Primary School is one of the reasons he took a decision to close the troubled school indefinitely.

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President Jacob Zuma has failed us. He has not protected us.
Amos Madhudhu, a Zimbabwean who was part of a group of foreigners who were displaced in Ekurhuleni, lashing out at South Africa’s government