Human rights enforcement has been one key procedure much enforced in south Africa which indicates teachers shouldn't beat children in school and has resulted in the students rather beating the teachers. South Africa is a country on the southernmost tip of the African continent, marked by several distinct ecosystems. Inland safari destination Kruger National Park is populated by big game.
As reported this early morning, a South African teacher has received beatings from some female students of him after seizing the phone she was using while in class. The teacher reportedly seized a phone belonging to one of the students because she was playing music and chatting in class. So, after classes, the girl and her friend accosted the teacher and beat her up mercilessly.
The student and her friend then beat up the teacher after school which resulted in bruises to the teacher's body. It's believed the teacher was conquered due to their number and fatally assaulted the teacher physically and demanded the phone he seized.
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