Communities must take responsibility for actions

11 July 2019 - 09:10
By Readers Letter
One of the two classrooms at Katlehong Primary School in Ekurhuleni that was damaged following a protest by community members against lack of electricity in the area.
Image: Gauteng education department One of the two classrooms at Katlehong Primary School in Ekurhuleni that was damaged following a protest by community members against lack of electricity in the area.

The decision by Panyaza Lesufi not to rebuild the schools which have been burnt down intentionally by community members, controversial as it is, must be applauded.

It will send the right message that anarchy and criminality must not be condoned in a democratic country like ours.

How do you vandalise and burn schools and libraries because you demand some other services?

Carlton Musa Dlamini ,Polokwane