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Study on violence in South African schools shocks!

About 1.8 million of all pupils in South Africa between Grade 3 and Grade 12 (15.3 %) experienced violence in one or other form while they were in school. This and other findings were revealed in a Report of a recent national study on school violence by the Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention in Johannesburg. 

To read more go to the Afrikaans article on the topic in the Beeld newspaper by Clicking Here!

To read more go to the English article on the topic in the Pretoria News by Clicking Here!

To go to the Report on school violence in South Africa Click Here!


9 Responses

  1. can you sent me some information about the violence and its effects about societies with some example recently

  2. Dear Mouloud

    I have sent some articles to your e-mail address that might answer your request

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  4. Hi I really like this pages
    I am studying with UJ researching on the role of discipline in combating violence in schools. Can you please send me information or links that i can read on

  5. Good day, I am a student from Stellenbosch University. I am really interested in this topic. I was just wondering if you know of any studies done in the Western Cape and how would I attain this data/

    Thank you for your assistance.

    • Dear Gabby,
      Did you contact your Information Specialist at your library? As a student of SU you can also do a search via Stellenbosch University’s library databases and specific SABINET SACAT. When you are there, click on databases, you will find “Current and completed research”, UCTD, Navtech, Kovsidex. Another option is to go to the NRF database.

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