R10 000 reward for information after teachers and pupils robbed at gun point

A reward of R10 000 is being offered for information that will lead to the arrest of those involved in robberies at several school in the Western Cape.

Over the past three weeks, there have been at least four separate armed robberies that took place in schools, says MEC for Education, Debbie Schafer

She says teachers and learners were robbed of their personal belongings at gunpoint, while the school's ICT equipment was also taken.

Read: Fifteen Western Cape schools vandalised during school holidays

It is not our jobs to police crime, but the fact of the matter is that they are our learners and our teachers and we want to show our commitment to working with the police and assist them...

Debbie Schäfer, Western Cape Education MEC

This article first appeared on CapeTalk : R10 000 reward for information after teachers and pupils robbed at gun point


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