By Jacques Smalle MPL, DA Limpopo Leader:
The DA has today provided Polokwane police with tangible proof of crime instigation as part of the charges investigated against Luthuli Secondary School SGB Chair – Cliff Mohloana. Case number 480 Polokwane SAPS.
This follows after he led a violent protest march of learners and parents from the school to the department of education and further led them to gaining illegal access to Laerskool Pietersburg Noord at Thursday 17 September at 12:45.
The DA is not surprised by the ANC-supported Mohloana’s behaviour, after he together with a group of ANC-branded SGB members disrupted my oversight visit to the school last week and completely disregarded MEC Kgetjepe when he attempted to intervene telephonically.
The DA’s Vision 2029 envisages schools as sacred institutions of learning where our children are guaranteed safety and intellectual growth, they are not on any terms sites of political struggle or warring factions.
We trust that the provincial SAPS will treat the criminal charge laid with the seriousness it warrants.
This will inevitably send out the signal that violence would not be tolerated at schools especially when vulnerable learners and communities are led astray to drive individual ANC –driven political agendas.