The suspect was arrested. However, he was later released. In terms of Child Justice Act a child under age cannot be detained in police custody.
All in all, it was a very successful day, as the learners were able to sell their items, earn money and at the same time, have the opportunity to experience a day as an entrepreneur.
The learners were also taught how to save the money that they generate. An account has been opened to save all the profits for future endeavours.
Kutlwano’s maths teacher told the publication she always knew the young girl had potential.
Accompanied by educators, the pupils held placards with messages in support of women and gender equality.
They also want the school finances to be audited as they want to know how the school’s money is being spent.
Shoes are about dignity and respect, they contribute hope and give the children the confidence to move forward in their lives.
There is promised to be a whole host of fun for children of all ages. The mini-concert, planned and co-ordinated by the educators of Park is always delightful to watch. There will also be a live band present throughout the day.
Mr Daya said that he has no regrets regarding his choice of career path. Teaching, to him, was more of a calling than a profession and assisting his community kept him going.
Outside visits included assistance in cleaning and provisions of goodie bags or meals.
The official opening of the learning centre in Lenasia Extension 13 was on Sunday, July 15.