School Closed Following Strange Behaviour By 40 Learners
Classes were disrupted recently at Makgofe Secondary School in Limpopo after 40 learners started behaving strange.
The Limpopo Department of Education says they are yet to find answers on what was behind the strange behaviour, but it does not resemble physical illness.
The school reported an incident where 40 learners from different grades and classes started falling down and rolling on the floor, soon after they arrived at school.
The South African reports that spokesperson for the department, Tidimalo Chuene says normal teaching and learning have been interrupted since the incident.
“About 40 learners from the Makgofe Secondary School started displaying strange behavior on Thursday soon after they arrived at school.”
She furthermore said they are bringing on board additional experts to assist them in finding a solution to allow teaching to continue.
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Also on iHarare, South African TV channel, Moja Love has found itself being attacked by viewers on Twitter.
Viewers have taken to social media to accuse the TV channel of making a mockery of black struggling South Africans.
Tweeps started dragging Moja Tv after they introduced a new program titled X-Repo. According to Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela, X-Repo is a show that helps people who have been wronged on a personal level.
Whether the dispute is between friends, ex-lovers, family, etc, X will help you get your belongings back – as long as you have proof that you’re the rightful owner
Taking to Twitter, outspoken Twitter catfish, Chris Excel aired out his dissatisfaction with the TV channel. Chris Excel argued that Moja Love was getting comfortable with making a mockery of black struggling South Africans.