Nako took her own life after being bullied by her classmates because she had a spiritual gift. I want to be done. I feel so empty. I want to die and be free. Her last words were, "I want to die and rest in peace so I can be free."
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The nation is as yet in shock and torment after the death of a sixteen years of age young lady from Eastern Cape. Lathitha Nako was a grade 10 student at Bhisho High school in Eastern Cape. She fantasized seeing herself being a specialist in one of the great days.
Date: 21/11/21 Source: https://twitter.com/ngamsoxsoso/status/1461986451986468864?t=v7C-eBIYuQPThuc-cvz41w&s=19 Background At the beginning of the year, South Africa was heartbroken and torn apart about the story of Lufuno. She was a schoolgirl who was recorded being bullied in public after school and later decided to take her own life because she couldn't take it anymore.
At least four young men have died in the last two weeks; after going to do circumcision at different illegal initiation schools in the Eastern Cape. 21 year-old; Yamkela Novokoza was beaten up by a group of men who ganged up on him at the school; in an area called; Nomadolo in Ngqeleni.
The Eastern Cape Department of Education has placed two teachers at Bhisho High School on special leave until the result of an inquiry into the bullying of a Grade 10 student who reportedly committed suicide. Lathitha Nako, 16, died last Wednesday night at Bhisho Hospital after getting unwell at home at 20:00.
https://twitter.com/kabelodick/status/1461034325164662793?s=21 The Eastern Cape , Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) provincial command team released a damning media statement addressing it’s President , Julius Malema . The Eastern Cape EFF said based on the assessment of Local Government Electoral outcomes , they found it important to convene a meeting to chant the way forward.
Four initiates lose their lives in illegal initiation schools At least four young men have died at different illegal circumcision schools in the Eastern Cape in the past two weeks. At Nomadolo Village in Ngqeleni, 21-year-old Yamnkela Novokoza was assaulted by young men who usually gather at the initiation school.
The grandmother of Lathitha Nako, a Bhisho High School student with a spiritual calling who reportedly committed suicide after being labeled a witch by a teacher and three students, claimed she would never recover from the loss of her granddaughter. The instructor who has been accused of bullying is said to be a born-again Christian who is opposed to conventional faiths.
The Department of Education in Eastern Cape had put 2 educators at Bhisho High School on special leave until the result of an inquiry into the bullying of a Grade 10 learner who reportedly committed suicide. Lathitha Nako has died at the age of 16 last Wednesday night at Bhisho Hospital after getting unwell at home at 20:00.
Lathitha Nako, a grade 10 student at Bhisho High School, died Wednesday from pesticide poisoning. This week's suicide of a 16-year-old Eastern Cape student has brought bullying back into the forefront. Lathitha Nako, a grade 10 student at Bhisho High School, died Wednesday from pesticide poisoning.
By Nhlanhla Maseko The Eastern Cape family is mourning after loosing one of it's members being a grade 10 learner who recently committed suicide after being allegedly bullied at school. Lathitha Nako, a grade 10 learner from the Eastern Cape who went to Bhisho High School committed suicide after experiencing bullying at school.
In Bhisho, Eastern Cape, a 16-year-old girl committed suicide as a result of bullying at school. Lathitha Nako was "spiritually talented," yet her peers mistook her for a witch. The distressing incident was first reported on Facebook before spreading across the country. The Bhisho high school grade 10 student, according to the report, sought an escape from bullying by ingesting a pesticide and died in hospital on Wednesday.
By Nhlanhla Maseko A family of a young school girl is once again left with memories only after loosing their loved one who her death was caused by bullying. Lathitha Nako, a grade 10 learner from the Eastern Cape who went to Bhisho High School committed suicide after being bullied at school.
Source: https://twitter.com/kabelodick/status/1461034325164662793?s=21 The Eastern Cape , Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) common order group delivered an accursing media articulation tending to it's President , Julius Malema . The Eastern Cape EFF said dependent on the appraisal of Local Government Electoral results , they thought that it is imperative to assemble a gathering to recite the way forward.
It is with sadness to announce that Lathitha a former grade 10 student from Bisho high, committed suicide after being bullied by her classmates and a teacher also, about her spiritual calling. Good morning everyone. Lathitha from Qonce in Eastern Cape have left a shocking and painful voice note telling people on how she was being treatned for her spiritual calling.
Photo:Facebook The suicide of a 16-year-old Eastern Cape student this week has brought bullying back into the spotlight. Lathitha Nako, a grade 10 student at Bhisho High School, died in hospital on Wednesday after swallowing a pesticide. Her heartbroken family is demanding that bullying in schools be addressed in order to avoid future tragedies.
Imagine sending your child to a school that could collapse at anytime. That is the reality of parents who send their children to the dilapidated Arcadia Senior Secondary School in Nelson Mandela Bay’s northern areas. Learners and teachers have to endure the tormenting thought that the school could collapse during lessons.
The Eastern Cape Ministry of Education has granted special leave to two Bhisho High School teachers pending an investigation into the bullying of a 10th grader who was reported to have committed suicide after getting bullied by her teachers [read more]. Opinion The issue of student abuse and intimidation by mostly their teachers is getting out of hand and I think it's high time a law is passed against bullying in schools.
Lathitha Nako a grade 10 student a Bhiso high school in the Eastern Cape commited suicide last wednesday after she was called a witch by her fellow students and a teacher. Her last heartbreaking words were that she felt like a failure and said that her teacher said she should drop out of school.
The Eastern Cape , Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) provincial command team released a damning media statement addressing it’s President, Julius Malema. In response to the evaluation of local government election results, the Eastern Cape EFF stated that it was necessary to organize a meeting to chart a course for the province moving forward.