KZN Education MEC faces arrest for being in contempt of court

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    KZN Education MEC faces arrest for being in contempt of court

    Khan, an English teacher, joined in 2002, but over time, became a victim of racism at the predominantly Afrikaans school. Her intimidation and harassment by fellow teachers and management heightened after she spoke out about how a democratically elected African head prefect was replaced by an Afrikaner pupil.

    Education MEC Mthandeni Dlungwane could be arrested for contempt of court. He is expected to appear in court this week for failing to endorse the medical boarding of a former teacher. Nishee Devi Khan, 54, was granted medical boarding by the Durban Labour Court in June 2015. But Khan’s legal representative, Rashia Reddy of Jay Reddy Attorneys, said it had been “extremely difficult” to get the MEC to acknowledge the order and secure his court attendance. She made the application in November for Dlungwane to be held in contempt of court, because of his continuous failure to implement the 2015 ...


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