Correctional Services spokesman Manelisi Wolela has denied allegations that student leader Mcebo Dla.
What is wrong with the children in our society, our education minister asks.
A good question, but unless Naledi Pandor is prepared to consider answers that do not fit into the humanist philosophy presently being propagated the answers offered will only create bigger problems.
Our children are being brought up on secular humanism, which undermines moral values and leaves our children vulnerable at every turn.
Without moral absolutes how would a child know that carrying a sharp weapon or beating another child to within an inch of his life for a cellphone is wrong?
Secular humanism encourages young people to place their own interests above the interests of others.
Add to this the indoctrination that children receive on evolution. The fact that the Darwinian theory of evolution teaches racism in its most base form and questions the intellectual and moral capacity of the majority of race groups in South Africa is not only shocking but downright devious.
Evolution is not a science but a belief based on exceedingly flimsy evidence.
The government must put a stop to this madness.
Minister Pandor, there is no time like the present. You will have the full support of the ACDP and the majority of South Africans on this issue.
We also support your move to set boundaries on the issue of drugs in schools.
Children will always push the limits, but adults have failed them by removing the boundaries instead of creating secure limits.
Cheryllyn DudleyACDP spokesman on education, Cape Town