Satanism growing in WC schools
Satanism is growing in some Mitchells Plain schools.
CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Education Department on Monday said satanic acts were becoming a concern at some schools in the Mother City.
The department said it would deploy psychologists and social workers at institutions where such acts have occured.
According to Die Son newspaper, students at some Mitchells Plain schools were drinking blood and drawing pictures of upside down crosses on their books, clothes and school benches.
The departments Paddy Attwell said no statistics were available, but the department were well aware of the reports.