Tlalelano kgotsa tiriso-dikgoka e ntsi mo ngwaneng le Nono Lekgowe (Counselling Psychologist)

Violence in schools has lately grown to be a repetitive norm; time and again reports do emerge of learners and teachers embarking in gruesomely violent battle. It goes to an extend of others losing their lives.
In most cases it happens that the kids come to school already frustrated due to their challenges or problems they might be encountering in their lives, the frustrations boil up and build to anger which then leads to violence. Some children might be in a situation whereby they grew up addressing their problems through violence, and have grown to think that violence is indeed the key to solve their grievances.
It is important for violence to be treated as early as it can be diagnosed, this will thus prevent any unforeseeable events which lead to catastrophic events.