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Two KZN students suspended after fighting in viral video


Two KZN students suspended after fighting in viral

Two KZN students suspended after fighting in viral videoTwo KwaZulu-Natal students have been suspended from school by the KwaZulu-Natal education department.

This was after a video of two pupils allegedly bullying each other went viral.

The video went viral on Monday.

So many social users condemned the incident in the video where a female student was assaulting the other female student.

A female student was seen kicking and punching the other, forcing her to the ground, exposing her backside and ripping off her underwear while other pupils watch.

However, the video does not seem to be taken in the school compound.

The reason for the fight was not known but the alleged attacker was heard repeatedly asking “What do you want from me?”

The education department on Tuesday morning disclosed that the two students were pupils from Matholo High School in Zululand, in northern KwaZulu-Natal.

KwaZulu-Natal education spokesperson Kwazi Mthethwa confirmed that the two pupils have been suspended pending a disciplinary process.

“Professional therapy will be offered to the victim & other learners. Aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated,” said Mthethwa in a tweet.

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