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Phoenix School Sexual Misconduct KZN Education Investigating

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education is currently investigating a case of sexual misconduct at a Phoenix school, north of Durban. The teacher has been suspended following allegations of sexual misconduct from learners. The Education Department has confirmed that the matter is currently in court. It’s believed that the teacher made sexual advances at learners with the promise of better results. KZN Education Department spokesperson, Muzi Mhalambi is appealing to parents and teachers to work together in reporting such incidents.

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