Corporal punishment still exists in some South African schools

Some schools in Port Dunford still use corporal punishment to instill discipline, while it and other punishments are not allowed, in terms of the South African Schools Act. One has also noted a few things that need to be fixed and it is alleged that parents do not go to school meetings, which is where they would raise their grievances. There is also the level of drug abuse which is high and learners are caring dangerous weapons to school. This show was made possible by Kwadlangezwa Advice and Resource Centre, the Citizen Justice Network, and ICORA FM.
11 Apr 2022 English South Africa Non-Profit

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