The NPO put up a tent at the embattled informal settlement, east of the city, from where children were taught. However, the tent was removed by the Tshwane metro police department.
SA Cares managing director Sanet Fagan said the tent was meant to protect children from the scorching sun while offering them lessons.
"We have been involved in Plastic View for three years, mobilising to keep children safe. We collected data and know how many are there, birth certificates and health, and we use that to help areas lacking."
Fagan said the residents had requested the prioritisation of education. "Foreigners and South Africans alike can't find a place to get their children educated; many are doing nothing.
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