The Gauteng education department fired Nyiko Baloyi from Thornridge Secondary School in Montana at the end of last year.
A Pretoria school principal fired for inappropriately hugging his personal assistant and demanding a kiss has failed in a bid for reinstatement.
The SA Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) took up the fight on his behalf and appealed to the Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC). Dismissing the appeal, arbitrator Themba Manganyi described Baloyi’s offence. According to the ruling, the principal asked his PA to proofread letters in his office in July 2019, and when she was done he asked her for a hug.
“She stood up and hugged him. Baloyi squeezed her tightly and forcefully wanted to kiss her,” said Manganyi.“She told Baloyi to stop what he was doing and he requested for a baby kiss. She moved her face away and told him again to stop what he was doing.
“She could feel Baloyi’s erection because he was squeezing her very tightly. She told Baloyi that she needed to fetch her daughter and that it was late.”The PA met her mother in the passage as she left Baloyi’s office, and the older woman said she had seen what happened through Baloyi's window. She then confronted the principal in a WhatsApp. headtopics.com
According to Manganyi’s ruling, the PA considered Baloyi a “father, pastor and mentor” and said he was like a brother to her mother. Read more: Sowetan LIVE »
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