Well perhaps in this case it is good - in court and going to jail, is exactly where she should be!
Principal in court for public violence
October 24 2006 at 11:16AM
Maarohanye allegedly insisted that a hut on the premises of the trust was petrol-bombed. The two survivors told the police that on the night in question, they went to bed with a burning brazier in the hut. Forensic reports suggested no proof of a petrol bomb. Police spokeswoman Mary Martins-Engelbrecht said Maarohanye was "instrumental" in the protest by the pupils and that is why she was arrested. "These violent protests left five people injured and property damaged. A resident's house was also broken into and several items stolen and burned," Martins-Engelbrecht said. - Sapa