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HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES || grade 10 learner allegedly SHOT classmate and also kill himself

The main long periods of school in Gauteng have been defaced by a few occurrences, including three passings after a couple of shooting episodes. Two Grade 10 students passed on at Lesiba Secondary School while a General Assistant was killed at Kwa Phalo.


Gauteng Education representative Steve Mabona said two 16-year-old young men from Lesiba Secondary School in Daveyton kicked the bucket on the primary day of school - Wednesday, 12 January.

The students purportedly got into a contention during school hours, which prompted one of the young men lethally shooting the other in the head outside the school grounds prior to directing the weapon back toward himself.

The police are exploring the matter and the instruction division's Psycho-Social unit have been conveyed to the school to guide those impacted by the shooting.

It is grievous to lose students because of savagery as the scholarly year starts," said common schooling MEC Panyaza Lesufi.

"We wish to send our genuine sympathies to the groups of these students. We likewise ask our students to consistently cease from any type of savage conduct."


As indicated by Mabona, on Thursday morning, 13 January, a General Assistant at Kwa Phalo Primary School in Soweto was supposedly shot and killed on the school premises.

The 49-year-elderly person was proclaimed dead at the scene by paramedics. The Psycho-Social unit has likewise been shipped off Kwa Phalo to help where required.

Lesufi said it was awful to find out with regards to the episode, which included one of the division's "committed General Assistants."

"As the office, we send our most profound sympathies to his family and friends and family and we supplication with police specialists to guarantee that equity is served for this situation," said Lesufi.Thank

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Gauteng Lesiba Secondary School MEC Panyaza Lesufi Steve Mabona


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