SOUTH AFRICA:SCHOOLS IGNORE THE LAW WHEN ENFORCING PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEES

[GroundUp] "The school sold my lounge suite, microwave and fridge... it's now threatening to sell my house too". The household items of the parent who phoned the Equal Education Law Centre earlier this year had just been confiscated by debt collectors seeking to settle a R25,000 outstanding payment for school fees.

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