The shame of Limpopo's crumbling, overcrowded schools

Special needs pupils are crammed into three shacks for classes

01 December 2019 - 00:00 By PREGA GOVENDER

Crammed like sardines in dingy rooms, 70 boys and 37 girls living in a hostel at  Rethuseng Special School, a special needs school in Limpopo, have been bathing in two tiny shacks doubling as bathrooms since the beginning of the year.

 Instead of building a new school, which parents have been demanding for years, the provincial department of education delivered four mobile classrooms to a new 5ha site about a kilometre away from the existing school in 2017...

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