Lax Laws Play A Part In School Sex Abuse..

Stalwarts of the 1976 Soweto Uprisings have blamed the government’s relaxing of disciplinary measures for sexual abuse cases which are on the rise in South African schools.

Former teacher and activist Lybon Mabasa said incidents of educators having sexual relations with pupils were almost taboo back in the day.

However, the advent of technology had helped blur the lines, he said…

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