Eastern Cape pupils sent home after violent protest over food

Cacadu hostel dwellers decry quality of meals, but supplier says it has not been paid


More than 700 grade 10, 11 and 12 pupils at Ntsonkotha Boarding School in rural Cacadu (formerly Lady Frere) were sent home this week after a violent protest on Monday over the poor quality of food they were being served by a private company contracted by Eastern Cape education department bosses...

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