Another Western Cape learner has been stabbed with a pair of scissors. A spokesman for PFFSSU has claimed that this is clearly the action of a third force seeking to hasten the eradication of scissors from our schools. The education department has been calling for this since another student was stabbed to death with a pair of scissors earlier this week.
Monthly Archives: May 2007
According to SABC News, Cameron Dugmore, the Western Cape education minister, is looking at banning scissors being brought into schools throughout the province.
What about other dangerous pointed items, like say, pens? Not to mention the dangers of school uniforms; you could strangle someone with a tie. Where does it stop?
Considering that You and Huisgenoot are little more than English and Afrikaans versions of the same magazine, it is odd that the latest issues have similar headlines, differing in one way, proclaiming that SMS (Huisgenoot) or MXit (You) destroyed someone’s marriage. Is MXit really just the same thing as SMS? If so then why are we seeing reports of MXit, but not SMS, being used for nefarious purposes. Why not lay the blame at the feet of SMS too?
I snapped this beautiful double rainbow from the balcony at work earlier this evening. I see that Wayne got a shot of it too.
This is the tidal pool on Strand beach. Don’t be fooled by the bright light and blue sky, we’re moving into winter here and it was only 11 or 12°C with a chilly wind when I took this yesterday. The sky behind me was quite grey as there was a front moving in; it started raining just a few minutes after I took this shot.