Satanic acts at Western Cape Schools are alarming
22 May 2012
The Western Cape Education Department on Monday said satanic acts were becoming a concern at some schools in Cape Town.
Media reports say students at a Mitchells Plain school were drinking blood and drawing pictures of upside down crosses on their books.
Department`s Spokesperson Paddy Artwell says the department will provide support to those schools by organising Social workers and psychologists.
He further said they will conduct an investigation and find out how does this happened and which schools are affected.