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Watch| Durban Teacher Assaulted By Local Thugs In Front Of Learners

In this shocking 30-second video, the teacher is seen being attacked by a group of men with golf clubs as students, teachers, and support staff watch.

A shocking incident has recently come to light, revealing a distressing video of a Durban teacher being brutally beaten by a group of local thugs within the school premises.

This appalling act of violence has raised serious concerns about the safety and security of educators in our society.

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The video, which has since gone viral on social media, captures the horrifying moment when the teacher is ambushed by the assailants.

In this shocking 30-second video, the teacher is seen being attacked by a group of men with golf clubs as students, teachers, and support staff watch.

When he was on the ground, a man carrying a golf club came and continued to beat the teacher named Sandile Mkhize. The attackers left after beating the teacher.

Mkhize is one of the Deputy Principals at Dick Ndlovu High School in Zwelibomvu in the West of Durban.

According to the source who shared the video, this incident happened on the 31st of January. The motive behind the attack remains unclear, but it serves as a stark reminder of the challenges faced by those working in the education sector.

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“We don’t know why Mr Mkhize was attacked like this,” said the source.

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“We were all shocked to see a group of suspicious-looking men wearing shorts, vests and hats carrying sticks coming in to beat him.

The source said that it is suspected that Mkhize was beaten by “local thugs” who are known for causing trouble in the area.

Mkhize had to be rushed to the hospital after being beaten as he had bruises on his head, body and back.

He did not want to comment and referred all questions to the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education.

The department’s spokesperson, Mr Muzi Mahlambi, did not respond when asked about this matter and whether Mkhize had been counselled.

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Parusha Naidoo for SurgeZirc SA
Parusha Naidoo for SurgeZirc SA
Parusha Naidoo is a skilled journalist who writes local and world news for SurgeZirc South Africa. With a passion for delivering accurate and reliable information, Parusha has become a trusted voice in the news industry. With years of experience in the field, Parusha has developed a keen eye for identifying important stories and presenting them in a clear and concise manner.
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