If reports of escalating school pregnancies are anything to go by, then we only have ourselves to blame.
This means there is a lot of unprotected sex going on among school children.
It also means that we, as parents, are failing in our responsibility to educate and inform these kids that unprotected sex is dangerous and not allowed.
This is time for churches to come together, government to intervene, the private sector to get involved and communities to play their role in engaging with culprits or victims of such activities who continue to ruin our nation.
Laws governing our children's education should seriously be reviewed.
We cannot continue to live like this, where schoolgirls fall pregnant as they please and nothing is being done about it.
I believe that all girls who fall pregnant should be expelled from school. This is the only way we can instill discipline and control in our schools.
The girls who are expelled can return to school after they have given birth to their babies.
Imagine a whole class of girls being pregnant? This is a terrible situation.
We cannot condone this. It breaks the moral fibre of our communities.
We want to rebuild moral regeneration for our young people.
Patrick Morathi Mothotlung