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Kieno Kammies speaks to Western Cape Provincial Minister of Community Safety Alan Winde about a Valentine's Day party that turned into a brawl in Claremont parks in Cape Town's southern suburbs on Friday.

Law enforcement reported pupils from a number of high schools were involved in fighting, with many appearing intoxicated. One boot packed with alcohol was found on the scene and five pupils were stabbed.

Alcohol and weapons were confiscated, including pangas, says Winde.

Winde says reports of around 1200 pupils were involved.

It started at 11am but by the afternoon it really started to intensify.

Alan Winde, Western Cape Community Safety MEC

It is so worrying that young people come to a celebratory event and bring with them toy guns, pangas and knives.

Alan Winde, Western Cape Community Safety MEC

A case has been made against one pupil who robbed someone of a cell phone using a toy gun, confirms Winde.

But no cases have yet been opened on the stabbings.

Alan Winde, Western Cape Community Safety MEC

He says no organiser or formal school event has been established.

It's probably one of those organic facebook-type parties that get organised.

Alan Winde, Western Cape Community Safety MEC

He is still gathering details and information form law enforcement and Saps.

There are certain rules. if it was a properly organised event, they would have needed an event permit, especially with the numbers involved. But it does not seem like it was a properly organised event.

Alan Winde, Western Cape Community Safety MEC

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This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Cape Town pupils' bloody Valentine's Day party brawl 'was not organised event'

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