Arrest looming for Carltonville crèche teacher who filmed toddler's assault

A kindergarten teacher who filmed another teacher assaulting toddlers at a Carletonville crèche has not yet been arrested.

Gauteng police spokesperson, Brigadier Mathapelo Peters says the case is still under investigation and the possibility of further arrests cannot be ruled out.

Read: Mother of child abused at Carletonville crèche to take legal action

The police are working very close to the NPA for prosecutorial direction. We need to make sure that when we do arrest, the case is prosecutable and that is done within the confines of the law.

Brigadier Mathapelo Peters, Spokesperson - Gauteng Saps

We are moving as fast as we can but we do have to make sure that we do not compromise any part of the investigation nor the case itself.

Brigadier Mathapelo Peters, Spokesperson - Gauteng Saps

The teacher who is seen in the video assaulting toddlers has been arrested and released on bail.

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