DA 'to open case against ANC over six children that drowned on way to school'

DA premier candidate Nqaba Bhanga is addressing masses at Zalu Sports Grounds in Lusikisiki where the official opposition party is hosting their provincial manifesto launch.
Bhanga told the sea of blue T-shirt clad residents that the party intended to open a case against the ruling party for the six children that died after drowning on their way to school in Matatiele.
"Our children are getting death certificates instead of matric certificates. We must never allow our children to die while they are seeking an education. We are going to report them to the Human Rights Commission," he said.
Bhanga said he had come to bring change to rural communities like Lusikisiki.
"We have heard your complaints and your pleas. We know that there is no water, jobs, electricity or houses.
"Now the time for change has come. Mmusi has come to bring that change," Bhanga said...

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