Val van der Walt

Zululand Observer - Monday - - ZO OPINION -

and or­gan­ise the cus­tom­ary rock throw­ing and tyre burn­ing demon­stra­tion at the school’s main gate.

Mr Viljoen’s car will be set alight as will the prin­ci­pal’s of­fice and the IT class, but only af­ter all the com­put­ers have been looted.

The po­lice will sit and watch at a safe dis­tance.

De­pend­ing on the YouTube clip’s qual­ity, the Min­is­ter of Education might visit the school to an­nounce that all learn­ers and teach­ers will re­ceive trauma coun­selling.

Then the De­part­ment of Education will an­nounce that a com­mit­tee will be formed, who will ap­point a board, which in turn will in­ves­ti­gate the in­ci­dent.

The prin­ci­pal will be forced to re­sign, as well as Mr Viljoen, and both will have to work as bar­tenders for the rest of their lives.

That’s the only kind of rum­ble you get nowa­days in this banana jun­gle.

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