The Western Cape Department
of Transport and Public Works said it will continue with inspections and
interventions at the recently completed Scottsdene High School.
This as the school has been
said to have structural problems which are deemed unsafe for the learners.
Siphsihle Dube said “structural elements of both the double story and the
single story building, including bearing walls and floor slabs needed to be
assessed against industry standards”
Dube also said, ”this prompted
the Western Cape Education Department in consultation with the Department of
Transport and Public works to close the newly constructed school on 20th
July 2015 as the safety of learners and teaching staff is the highest priority.”
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