- Vredenburg Main principal Andre Muller pleaded responsible to a misconduct cost.
- Pupil trainer William Sezoe says he’s upset that he is not going to be receiving an apology.
- In accordance with the provincial schooling division, sanctions are prescribed in Part 18 (3) of the Employment of Educators Act and “doesn’t embrace an apology to the sufferer”.
The principal who humiliated a scholar trainer over his hair on his first day of classroom remark, has been sanctioned with a ultimate written warning, the Western Cape Schooling Division confirmed on Wednesday.
However it seems that William Sezoe is not going to get the treatment he requested – an apology from the headmaster.
Division spokesperson Millicent Merton mentioned Vredenburg Main principal Andre Muller pleaded responsible to a misconduct cost by means of his union consultant.
Along with the ultimate written warning, he was issued with a superb, suspended for one yr given that he is not discovered responsible of the identical or comparable offence.
She mentioned sanctions had been prescribed in Part 18 (3) of the Employment of Educators Act and “doesn’t embrace an apology to the sufferer”.
“The truth that the worker pleaded responsible is a sign that he’s remorseful about his conduct.”
Sezoe, nevertheless, mentioned he was upset that he wouldn’t be receiving an apology from Muller.
Muller couldn’t instantly be reached for remark, however shall be added as soon as obtained.
Sezoe was given a tongue lashing by the principal when he arrived on his first day of classroom remark with darkish hair and blonde suggestions.
He was instructed by Muller that he was not welcome at Vredenburg Main along with his coiffure which, based on him, didn’t set an instance.
The scene – which Sezoe mentioned noticed Muller scream from the hall at a trainer he was meant to watch, “[Juffrou], los daai man. Hy moet by daai deur uit. Ek’t gesê hy’s nie welkom hier nie. Gaan maar na jou klas toe en ek’t mos klaar met jou gepraat, daar’s die deur – gaan nou! [Teacher, leave that man. He must go out through that door. I said he isn’t welcome here. Go to your class. And I have already spoken to you; there’s the door – go now!]” – performed out in entrance of pupils and oldsters and left the Stellenbosch College scholar in tears.
When Die Burger approached Muller for remark, he mentioned the varsity was “not the Boswell Wilkie circus” and Sezoe along with his hair was “not function mannequin” for his pupils.
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