On 30 October 2018, a formal complaint letter was sent to Minister Angelina Motshekga, the minister for Basic Education, by Mr.J Kuhn the National Leader of FNSA:
COMPLAINT ABOUT BLF VISIT TO PRIMARY SCHOOL
Front National learned, with immense concern, of a visit paid to the Sophunga Primary School in KwaZulu Natal by the leader and representatives of the BLF, a registered political party. This visit, with all BLF representatives dressed in party T-shirts with insignia, was widely reported on, by the BLF, on their Twitter page as well as in the media.
We wish to direct your attention to Section 33(A) of the South African Schools Act (Act 84 of 1996) (of which screenshots are attached). The act clearly stipulates that:
1) A political party may not encroach on school time
2) A school may not allow the display of material of a party political nature on its premises.
In light of the evidence attached, we now urgently request the office of the National Department of Basic Education, in particular the office of the Minister, to investigate this affair and take necessary action against the principal and governing body for allowing a radical political movement to address children in a primary school and use photographs of minors for the purpose of political propaganda.
Front National will also report this transgression of Act 84 of 1996 by the BLF to the Independent Electoral Commission for investigation and appropriate action based on a charge of misconduct and encroachment of the code of conduct for political parties.
We look forward to your urgent response regarding this matter.
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