[LISTEN] AB Xuma Primary: 'Parents are agitated and angry'

Gauteng's Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi met with the the school governing body at AB Xuma Primary School and parents on Sunday to discuss the sexual assault allegations at the school.

Eighty- three pupils at the school were sexually assaulted at the school, allegedly by a patrol guard.

READ: I am taking full responsibility, this happened under my watch - Lesufi

SGB Member Nsizwa Luthuli attended the meeting.

There is a sense of agitation and anger from the parents. Counselling sessions have been organised.

Nsizwa Luthuli, SGB Member at AB Xuma Primary School

This is a state of shock for everyone.

Nsizwa Luthuli, SGB Member at AB Xuma Primary School

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