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Pupils from Phomolong Secondary School still grieving following the killing of Sithembisile Ngedane

Sithembisile Ngedane

The pupils and teachers from Phomolong Secondary School are reported to be still grieving the loss of their beloved and hardworking deputy Principal Sithembisile Ngedane.The late Deputy Principal of Phomolong Secondary School got shot last week on Friday as she was leaving the school premises. Yonele Mzilikazi , who is a learner at Phomolong Secondary School reportedly expressed devastation at the fact that Sithembisile bad been killed last week.

She went on and said that the school would be nothing without the dead Deputy Principal. The learner was reportedly heartbroken with the passing of Sithembisile. Still with the loss of the Deputy Principal, she was described as someone who was loving and caring.The learner went on and said that it would be hard to replace the deceased deputy Principal. She revealed how loving the deputy Principal was as she would call them " popayi " ( cartoon) .Yonele went on and said that they wanted justice to prevail and for the culprits to be apprehended. From the description that was given by Yonele , it was shown that the late Deputy Principal was an open person who loved her job and the learners. In the report that was issued , it was learned that the mother of two got gunned down by three men as she was driving out of the school.Gunmen reportedly shot her three times and the passenger window was used to conduct the shooting. When she was trying to get away from the shooting, one of the suspects shot her twice as she waa lying on the ground. In accordance with the report, the learners were devastated and held protests on Monday. The reportedly also help a candlelight vigil in rememberance of the Deputy Principal of Phomolong Secondary School. She was a loved person at the school and it's confusing how one could want her dead .


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