Sunday, August 31, 2008

Kids get high during lunch breaks

By Mikhaila Crowie
31 August 2008

Pupils at a Mitchell’s Plain school have been buying dagga muffins and cookies during their lunch break.

25-year-old painter, Vuzumsi Mhlawuli , has been arrested last week on suspicion of selling dagga cakes to pupils at Westridge High School.

Full sized cakes were selling for R100 while cupcakes and muffins were going for R5 each. It was discovered that the pupils were cutting up the cakes and selling it at school.

Westridge High has since fired Mhlawuli and banned him from entering the school’s premises.

Mhlawuli was arrested last week Tuesday at the school’s fence and appeared in the Mitchell’s Plain Magistrate’s Court. He will reappear in court on September 25. He was released with a warning.


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