Tubatse law enforcement continues to invest into eager young minds

Pupils from of Mogolo Secondary School.

BURGERSFORT – Tubatse SAPS continued with their back-to-school campaign when they visited Mogolo Secondary School in Riba Crossing last Monday.Const Basie Chauke addressed the pupils about safety at school. She reiterated that they must never bring weapons to school as they would be putting their schoolmates’ lives in danger.With cellphones sighted as the major interference in pupils’ academics, Chauke warned pupils not to bring their phones as they would be confiscated.”My advice to them is to focus on education and quit all illegal deeds,”she said. Chauke added that the only way pupils will achieve their goals is through education and not crime.Motheo Nchabeleng from the department of social development shared Mohlala’s sentiments, urging pupils to refrain from substance abuse.

Gilbert Motseo

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