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Gauteng Education Department says the Grade 8 learner, who was allegedly kidnapped at Queens High School in Johannesburg, has been found via @SABCNewsOnline

26.2.2020

Gauteng Education Department says the Grade 8 learner, who was allegedly kidnapped at Queens High School in Johannesburg, has been found via SABCNewsOnline

The Gauteng Education Department says the Grade 8 learner, who was allegedly kidnapped while waiting for transport at Queens High School in Johannesburg, has been found.

February 26, 2020 Mabona says investigations around the incident are still underway… “The circumstances surrounding this matter are still being investigated. We don’t have much details on how the learner was found but we will be getting more information from the law enforcement agencies and the family who probably are in the position to give us more details.” In the video below President Cyril Ramaphosa says that South Africa is failing its children. He urges a culture of responsibility by adults to children. This entry was posted on 26 Feb 2020,02:32PM at 2:32 PM and is filed under Read more: SABC News Online

It's now a south African habit nowadays to kidnap students Oh wow wonderful!

Missing Queens High School pupil found at Maponya MallThe circumstances around the boy's return are not yet clear. Woooow Reportedly vs allegedly Sight of a relief..uhh!!

Kidnapped Queen's High School pupil foundThe pupil is with his parents at Maponya Mall in Soweto.

'He left in an e-hailing cab‚' says driver who usually picks up 'kidnapped' Queens High School pupilOne can hear pupils chatting and laughing while walking past the school‚ life on the crowded and busy city road continues‚ but somewhere in the classrooms‚ a chair is unoccupied. This kid is a taradiddle, he wanted to make a scene, so old in grade 8, it's bizarre 😱😨😠

Two Gauteng High school pupils reported missingThe Gauteng Education department is appealing to people with information to come forward.

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