'Why this school, why us, why our kids?

There is due to be a meeting of the School Governing Body (SGB) and parents of the AB Xuma Primary School in Orlando East on Thursday.

This, after the horrific report earlier this week that two girls who were abused by a security guard at the school, were again abused by a forensic investigator who was supposed to help them prepare for their court case.

Speaking to Stephen Grootes, Nsizwa Luthuli, an SGB member at the school, said the meeting will be a difficult one as they try to work out what happened.

Why the school, why us, why our kids? It's devastating as I said yesterday, beyond measure.

Nsizwa Luthuli, SGB Member

He said the girls are trying to cope with the situation, especially as they have been violated twice and he hopes that the girls will find the process of healing helpful.

READ: Molested children subjected to more sexual abuse allegedly at hands of police

This leaves us with a number of questions, who should we trust when this happens with the security services?

Nsizwa Luthuli, SGB Member

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This article first appeared on 702 : 'Why this school, why us, why our kids?


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