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Cape Town mom opens police case against coach after Grade 6 boys ordered to lower pants

A mother has opened a police case against her son's primary school sports coach after he and some classmates were allegedly ordered to lower their pants and stand with their backs to him after a pupil's money disappeared.

News 24 , South Africa Feb 20, 2019

#SanSouci teacher to face disciplinary hearing today over slapping

Cape Town – The Sans Souci Girls' High School teacher seen in a viral video smacking a pupil after an altercation is expected to appear for a formal disciplinary hearing today.

IOL , South Africa Feb 13, 2019

#SansSouci: Teacher, pupil suspended after slapping incident

Cape Town – Sans Souci Girls' High School's student governing body (SGB) has suspended the teacher and pupil seen in an altercation in a video that has been met with outrage.

IOL , South Africa Feb 7, 2019

Teacher and pupil suspended after Sans Souci classroom fracas

"They have both been informed by the school governing body that disciplinary steps will be taken against them.

Times Live , South Africa Feb 7, 2019

#SanSouci: Teacher, pupil open assault cases against each other

In a video that went viral on social media, a teacher of the Newlands school is seen reprimanding a pupil for not having the correct book and for having her cellphone out in an incident that occurred on Tuesday.

IOL , South Africa Feb 6, 2019

WCED re-issues discipline guideline following #SanSouci slap video

She said that while there is not a ‘one size fits all’ approach to unruly behaviour in our schools, there are certain methods that can be adopted to deal with different circumstances.

IOL , South Africa Feb 6, 2019

Mfuleni schools shut down as unplaced learners protest

No learner will be disadvantaged because of the five weeks that have been lost,” the official responsible, David Millar, Director of Metro North Education District, told parents.

The South African , South Africa Feb 4, 2019

5 700 pupils still unplaced in Western Cape

Disgruntled Mfuleni Learner Representative Council leaders protested on Friday in solidarity with the more than 1 000 of their peers who haven't been allocated places at local schools.

IOL , South Africa Feb 3, 2019