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A tribal authority near Modjadjiskloof is worried about the safety of both pupils and teachers at a local school.
The concern was raised after thugs broke into a local school - the fourth burglary in three years - and stole groceries for the school's nutrition programme.
Local headman at Sekgwitini village Agnes Modjadji says the robbery at Modika Secondary School took place on Sunday.
The burglary left 299 pupils without proper nutrition this week.
Among the stolen items were cooking oil, canned fish, onions, mealie-meal and floor polish.
Modjadji blamed the break-ins on the poor security at the school. She called on the Limpopo Department of Education to ensure that the school got security - like others in the area.
She said there was no fence around the school. The school was established in 1993 and serves pupils from six villages in the area.
Spokesperson for the Bolobedu police Rebotilwe Shai said the robbery had not been reported to the police.