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LEAVE POLITICS TO POLITICIANS, MINISTER TO PUPILS

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SITEKI- Lady Mabuza, the Minister of Education and Training, pleaded with the pupils to refrain from protest actions and concentrate on their lessons.

The minister said pupils should focus on learning and leave politics to be discussed by politicians. She noted that it was disturbing that the pupils disrupted classes at a primary school (Nkhanini). “It is disheartening to learn that even pupils at primary schools are being mobilised to join the ongoing protests.

"Time was lost during the enforced COVID-19 measures by government and it is disturbing that the little time they have is being wasted through such activities that are not within their scope of learning. Let me emphasise the importance of learning because exams are close by and they have to sit and write, and missing out on lessons will be detrimental,” she said. Superintendent Phindile Vilakati, the Chief Police Information and Communications Officer, said police were called to calm the situation and maintain peace and order.

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