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Mzansi:Student stabbed to death at Mangosuthu University of Technology residence See Here

Student stabbed to death at Mangosuthu University of Technology residence. We expect University to be a place where it is safe and have the solution for the societal problem.

But once we see those places also becoming a victim of crime charges stabbing each other we end up not having hope that where is our country going in terms of safety.

and because University student and college students are the future leaders who are going to take the responsibility of a country. and because of this people must know that when you go to university you are not just over there to study for yourself.

but to expand your knowledge which you're going to use to change the world and especially the community that you are from.

My advice to South African students especially those who reside in the university residence is that be careful of friends that you make there because other friends are not there to study.

and if you are serious with your career then you need to know what you went to the university for that is what is going to help you to focus all the time

Below are comment made by peoples.

my mind is tired of sending condolences ,society needs to intervene in this high crime in mzansi, the time for hiding your daughter, son,brother, sister etc involved in criminal activities is over

I would like to see which media house makes this a head line news item. Woman's Month, daily gender complaints, suspect ran away, arrested yet?.A female student yhoooo and the Res is not far from the one with murder yango 2018.

Killing seems like a hobby in SA. Even for ridiculous things someone might get killed. Sad.

Mangosuthu University of Technology has confirmed the death of 23-year-old student Xolile Mbatha, who was killed by a fellow male student at the Ark Royal residence in Durban, yesterday morning.


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