Corruption Watch visited Macosa Junior Secondary School in Mqanduli, Eastern Cape recently and found that the school has not received new furniture from the department of education since 1990.
According to a report the school urgently needs an intervention because, like other schools in the area, “Macosa’s lack of infrastructure is frightening”. Corruption Watch also found that pupils are made to sit on bricks, concrete blocks, empty two-litre drums and broken chairs and desks.
The organisation visited Macosa Junior Secondary School in Mqanduli, Eastern Cape following a tip-off from a concerned citizen who viewed the lack of infrastructure at the school as a red flag for corruption.
Please see below link to the report by Corruption Watch.