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MBULUZI TEACHERS ACCUSED OF PUNISHING WHOLE SCHOOL

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 MBULUZI – Will a stick help Mbuluzi High School pupils perform better?
This is the question that one would ask upon hearing that the teachers of the school allegedly gave each of the pupils three strokes for poor performance.


The punishment was allegedly meted to the learners during an exercise known as mentorship programme yesterday. When the school was visited, some pupils were heard screaming while others peeped through the windows in one of the classrooms where the activity took place. Some pupils were seen rubbing their buttocks while others wept bitterly as they left the classroom.


One of the pupils who wept bitterly was consoled by her schoolmates after the punishment outside the classroom.
Other learners were seen limping as they returned to their various classrooms. Speaking to their classmates in sign language, the pupils indicated that they were given three strokes each. These were the pupils who awaited the same punishment outside the classroom.


Asked what was happening inside the classroom, some of the pupils alleged that they were punished for poor performance. They alleged that the whole school was punished by the teachers who were working collectively.
Worth noting is that the incident happened while the Head teacher of the school, Siza Dlamini, was at an ongoing workshop at Thokoza in Mbabane.

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