21.10.2019 02:39 pm
The former boys’ school teacher has needed counselling.
The teacher, Fiona Viotti, at the centre of a sex scandal at expensive Cape Town private school Bishops is receiving medical care as the investigation into the allegations that she had a sexual relationship with a pupil continues.
Sadtu is threatening to sue the province’s education department over about 250 school buildings that still contain the deadly material.
The department said 1,219 matric candidates were scheduled to write Information Technology Paper 1 on Thursday.
Call centre agent turned teacher calls ex-boss to get needy Cape Town school’s computer lab up and running
Thabo Mayosi is the driving force behind the initiative, which has seen 20 computers being handed to the school by National Debt Advisors.
The centre is situated in Extension three, KwaThema, and is appealing for donations and volunteers to make the children feel included and loved.
He attributes his resignation to his inability to be part of an immoral process where thousands of students will be robbed of the same opportunities he had.
The department says it is confident that the 183 inmates will surpass the 77.3% pass rate achieved in last year’s examinations.
‘And people should not put anything into our mouths… I never said kids must exit the system,’ she says.
Lesufi said transformed technical high schools would prepare pupils to be able to respond to the demands in a technologically evolving world.
The 30-year-old teacher, Fiona Viotti, has in the meantime appointed top criminal lawyer William Booth to represent her and her family.
Meanwhile, the union in Gauteng claims the situation at Eldorado Park Secondary School has become unbearable for teachers.
By Friday, 11 October, Lesufi said officials from his department were already on their way to the school to enact the closure.
According to reports, the 18-year-old pupil had tried to break off the relationship but his 30-year-old teacher reportedly sent threatening WhatsApp messages to him as a result.
GDE official Vusi Khoza explained that it took the department six years to gather content for the pupils to use and not to develop the website.