Justice in Lalla Land

Justice in Lalla Land

Could evaporation of sex case against St Alban’s teacher have anything to do with his father’s well-placed connections?

A torrid mystery hangs like the Sword of Damocles over swanky St Alban’s College, the expensive diocesan school for boys in Pretoria’s Lynnwood Glen, following the abrupt departure more than two years ago of sports teacher and trusted boarding house aide Sasha Lalla.

Lalla is the son of Lieutenant-General Raymond Lalla, former police crime intelligence chief and divisional commissioner, detective services. At the time he held – and still holds – a senior position in the SA Revenue Service.

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