Investment in education will pay off in curbing SA's rampant crime
Schools can serve as a turning point in the lives of individuals
It is abundantly clear that SA is losing the war against crime and especially violent crime if the latest crime statistics are anything to go by.
According to the SAPS, contact-related crimes were up 7.4% last year from the same period in July to September 2020. This was said to have been driven by the July riots in KZN and Gauteng which led to a 30% increase in cases of arson, and a 6.5% increase in cases of malicious damage to property...
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