In a bid to instill the culture of learning and to guarantee safe condition, Limpopo police visited Mazwe High School in Lephalale, Ga-Seleka, one of the oldest learning institution in the province.
In a statement on Sunday Police spokesperson Sergeant Marobo Seabela said the visit was part of the police to continue participating in community development to eradicate wrongdoing through safe school campaign.
The crusade was driven by Witpoort Police station Commander Captain Rakobela.
Police spoke to leaners about the outcomes of carrying dangerous weapons, using drugs, bullying, theft, and discipline.
Also in participation were Lephalale Municipality Councilors, Rosina Mogotlane and Moloko Maeko including School Governing Body and Department of Education authorities.
“The principle reason for the visit is to incorporate with leaners and guardians to cooperate with educators and take learning seriously. It is essential since last year, the matric pass rate at this school was awful and it is planned not to happen again this year,” said Seabela.
Seabela said to enhance school attendance, sanitary towels were also distributed to female pupils.
“It was found that amid menstruation cycle countless female pupils don’t go to class,” said Seabela.
Furthermore, added Seabela, scientific calculators were also handed out to grade 12 learners.
It was reported that Medupi Power Station donated R7 million to revamp the school to give it a noteworthy facelift.