Pupils locked out of school toilets by 'unpaid' contractor


Hundreds of pupils and staff at four Eastern Cape schools have been forced to relieve themselves in the open veld for the past two months. This is not because there are no toilets, as is sometimes the case at some schools, but because the subcontractor who built the pit latrines at the Mthatha schools has padlocked them because he claims he is owed “millions of rands”.

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