School hit by Satanism practices
The department of education’s report into the trending apparent occult ritual found that more pupils were involved in the practise.
This was after the Gauteng department of education sent a team to probe allegations of harmful practices in the school two months ago.
The investigations was triggered by the gruesome murder of 14-year-old Keamogetswe Sefularo who was killed by a fellow school mate who allegedly sucked her blood from the stab wounds in an apparent satanic ritual.
Sefularo was stabbed several times with a sharp object and lived shortly to tell her mother about what had happened before she died in Leratong hospital.
Department of Education spokesperson, Charles Phahlane, said the department has concluded its investigations and the learners were found to be involved in some harmful religious activities.
Most parents were not aware that their children were doing this,” he said.
Phahlane added: “Both pupils and parents participated in counseling programmes and by the start of this term learners were placed in different schools. They have been showing progress in the programme.”