Reformed July to address students indiscipline

David July.PIC.KENNEDY RAMOKONE
David July.PIC.KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Indiscipline amongst students in public schools remains a concern as learners continue to engage in unlawful activities that even affect their studies.

However, schools through Guidance and Counselling are currently doing everything they can to curb this. Mabogo Junior Secondary School in Palapye is one such institution.

In a letter passed on to Mmegi, learnt that the school has invited rehabilitated ex-convict, David July who has also joined politics and will also be contesting for a council seat in Palapye under Botswana Movement for Democracy (BMD) to address learners about indiscipline this past Thursday.

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