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education blackboard thumb medium80 92ANA reports that two Mpumalanga teachers who landed teaching jobs allegedly using fake qualifications were granted bail of R3,000 each when they appeared in the Wakkerstroom Periodical Court in Mpumalanga on 30 November 2018.  

Sibongile Rose Khuzwayo, 48, and Nonjabulo Bahle Mabuza, 31, were arrested on Thursday last week by the Hawks serious commercial crime investigation unit after it transpired that they allegedly presented fake qualifications to land posts at Seme Secondary School near Daggakraal.  Directorate for Priority Crime Investigations (Hawks) spokesperson Captain Dineo Lucy Sekgotodi said:  "Both suspects practised as teachers for eight and two years respectively.  It is alleged that the Mpumalanga department of education suffered a combined loss of more than R2.4 million.”  Their case has been postponed to 6 February 2019 in the Volksrust Regional Court to afford them an opportunity to apply for legal representation.

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