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Mmametlhake community and SAPS turn to spiritual fighting of crime and violence in the school that has been marred by rebellion acts that led to the school [Mmametlhake Secondary] losing its golden spot mostly academically.
This follows acts of violence where one of them made headlines last year where a former learner entered the school premises apparently looking for a teacher and started damaging school property until police were called to the scene.
The Spiritual Crime Prevention Prayer Day was led by Mmametlhake SAPS in collaboration with Top Notch Charity Drive.
The gathering was also held in memory of a learner who was reported last seen April 2017, Lethabo Rakgatjana.
Various motivational speakers who graced the stage to have a word together with the learners and parents spoke largely about discipline that needs to be instilled in learners and parents also playing their role in teaching their children good morals at home.
Parents were also urged to take responsibility in policing their children and teach them to not praise violent people who have rebellious tendencies.
School management appreciated the visit and the effort and support and promised to improve their pass rate.