Hungry Limpopo school children are the unsuspecting victims of an alleged tender war between food suppliers, according to reports.
On Monday more than 150 pupils from Kwena Tshwena Primary School in Ridgefontein were rushed to hospital after crushed glass was alleged found in their food, eNCA reported.
According an unnamed staff member the children received food from the school’s feeding scheme and by the afternoon a group of pupils were sent to hospital after complaining of stomach cramps and vomiting.
The staffer told eNCA that by Monday evening over 150 pupils were admitted to hospital.
Thabo Mogoaneng, an uncle of one of the children, told the news channel that it was not the first time such an incident had occurred.
Mogoaneng claimed that the poisoning and crushed bottles found in food were a result of the ongoing tender war between food suppliers.
The latest incident is the third one reported in Limpopo in as many months.