South African hearts ached when 16-year-old Lathitha Nako committed herself due to suspected bullying. In December, authorities from the provincial education department met with Lathitha's family, including her mother, Bongi, and grandmother, Kholeka, as well as the family spokesman, to submit a report on the inquiry into her death.
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."
When 16-year-old Lathitha Nako commited suicide over alleged bullying, South African hearts bled. In December, provincial education department officials met the family, including her mother, Bongi, and grandmother, Kholeka, and the family spokesperson, to present a report on the investigation into Lathitha’s death.
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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.
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Date : 22 November 2021 The country is still in shock and pain after the passing of a sixteen years old girl from Eastern Cape. Lathitha Nako was a grade 10 learner at Bhisho High school in Eastern Cape. She had dreams of seeing herself being a doctor in one of the good days.
The late Lathitha Nako The video report by SABC news is a report that was issued regarding the death of the late 16-year-old Lathitha Nako who took away her life in the past week. The video report began with a voice note of Lathitha being played, highlighting how much she was in pain and how she longed to have peace.
Lathitha nako a grade 10 learner in Bisho high school Eastern cape accused of being a witch cut her life short by committing suicide on Wednesday on her to hospital. South Africa is saddened by the death of 16 years girl who was in grade 10 who suddenly took her own life .it is bad news to loose those kids in such way .
Source: Team News24 on Twitter: "EC education department will investigate after Bhisho High School pupil Lathitha Nako ended her life after she was allegedly bullied by a teacher and peers for having a spiritual gift. She was reportedly called a witch. (@MaliDayimani) https://t.co/OInuJJ349G" / Twitter
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.
A Grade 10 learner by the name Lathitha Noko (pictured above) wrote a note and killed committed suicide for being bullied by her classmates at Bisho High. According to the daily talk online TV news report, Lathitha Noko who was a grade 10 learner at Bisho High endured a lot of bullying from her classmates because she had a spiritual calling to become a sangoma, the other learners would always make fun of her spiritual calling and would even avoid hanging around her.
There are two teachers who were reportedly suspended after being implicated in the alleged bullying that led to the suicide of Lathitha Nako . It was reported that the teachers had been placed on special leave . As for the learners who were alleged to be bullying the late Lathitha , there were arrangements that were made with them.
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.
Family are devastated of tragedy death of a grade 10 pupil after she took out her life of being accused of witch craft 16 years old teenager. Lathitha Nako 's friend told @ Sowetan that she was not felling ok at all after she was accused of being a witch every where she go life is no longer easy or the same because she are being called by names, and this accusations are depresing her.
A young teenager who was accused of witchcraft went the extra mile and took her own life in the most painful of ways. Lathitha Nako was targeted by bullies at Bhisho High School, the Grade 10 pupil felt her life had become unbearable. She relayed the agony of being ridiculed in front of classmates after failing a test, as well as of being accused of witchcraft by other pupils, in a voice note to her friend and a message to her cousin.
The probe into the Lathitha Nako suicide that took place in November is reported to have reached an advanced stage .This was after it was revealed that the preliminary report had been concluded . This case is in relation to a pupil from Bhisho High School who committed suicide less than a month ago after having been bullied by some learners as well as educators .
The nation is as yet in shock and agony 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.
Lathitha Nako age 16 from Bisho High was hospitalized last Wednesday nigh after she felt ill at home. She was later announced dead and the authorities are waiting for the postmortem results to know what caused her death. Lathitha had an ancestral calling and she was bullied because of it.
Bullying is often overlooked and it is causing many victims to feel suppressed, they give into their emotions. When they try to confide, they are often judged and not taken serious. “I want to be done; I feel so empty, I want to die and rest in peace so that I can be free.” These were the sobering words of 16-year-old Lathitha Nako who took her own life.
https://twitter.com/PelozaTyali/status/1462180553197826048?s=19 The country is still reeling from the death of a sixteen-year-old girl from the Eastern Cape. Lathitha Nako attended Bhisho High School in the Eastern Cape and was in grade 10. She fantasized of becoming a doctor on one of the good days.
Eastern Cape – Lathitha Noko who was a grade 10 learner at Bisho High School has committed suicide after being bullied by her classmates. It is understood that the girl who was staying with her grandmother, after her parent's passing had a spiritual calling to become a sangoma.