A gap within the wall of Sapphire Secondary in Vanderbijl Park the place 42 computer systems have been stolen on Thursday night time.
- All of the computer systems on the Sapphire Secondary Faculty in Vanderbijlpark have been stolen.
- The thieves apparently gained entry to the pc laboratory by a wall.
- The computer systems have been donated to the varsity in September.
Within the closing hours of 2020 all of the computer systems on the Sapphire Secondary Faculty in Vanderbijlpark have been stolen.
The varsity acquired a donation from MTN and Huawei for a pc laboratory in September.
From pictures of the scene, it seems that the thieves gained entry to the pc laboratory by making a gap within the wall beneath a window.
Gauteng MEC for Schooling, Panyaza Lesufi, tweeted in regards to the break-in on Friday. His spokesperson, Steve Mabona, confirmed the break in to News24 and mentioned that every one the computer systems have been stolen and that these have been the computer systems that have been donated in September.
Mabona mentioned 42 computer systems have been stolen, and the break in occurred earlier than midnight.
When South Africa entered its first lockdown in March final 12 months, there was a spate of faculties break ins.
Between 18 March and 30 April, 962 colleges throughout the nation have been burgled, vandalised and in some instances even torched.
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