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11 May 2011

Chewing gum hospitalises 200 pupils

Chewing gum was behind the hospitalisation of 200 pupils from the Trevor Manuel primary school in Fisantekraal, said the City of Cape Town.

Chewing gum was behind the hospitalisation of 200 pupils from the Trevor Manuel primary school in Fisantekraal, said the City of Cape Town.

A few pupils found the gum on a nearby farm and distributed it to other students.

 
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