Open letter to South Africa’s students‚ universities and government‚ represented by Minister in the .
Some of our high school teachers might fail in matters of pedagogy, attendance and other qualities expected of schoolmasters.
But they excel in teaching high school girls about the birds and the bees.
Once again we carry a report today on allegations that teachers fathered kids with school children.
This time the Mpumulanga education department is investigating complaints that schoolmasters at Lambalati Secondary in Tonga fathered the 34 kids born to pupils this year.
A distressed schoolgirl blew the whistle on this bout of shenanigans, claiming she could no longer stay silent as teachers abused her friends.
It's bad enough that 34 kids at this miserable school fell pregnant this year; it's unconscionable that they were "bonking like rabbits" with teachers to ensure they passed at the end of the year.
It's time to take a stand even if only one teacher is found to have sired only one baby with only one schoolgirl among the 34.
Parents send their kids to school to learn the ABC, not applied biology. The lives of these young mothers will be forever changed by their childish follies.
Those who stand in loco parentis, the legal term for surrogate parents, should be shamed, forever disbarred from their jobs and prosecuted to the full extent of the law if found to be indulging in such foul hanky-panky.