School is a journey that many people go through, it has became a way of life for children to grow up in school. Each and every year children, move from one grade to a higher grade until they reach grade 12.
This is done if the child has passed the grade that they are in, it is then that they are allowed to proceed to the next grade. Failing a grade is painful, no one wants to repeat a grade.
According to the source, Karabo allegedly took his life after recieving his school report that showed that he had failed his grade 9.
It is alleged that Karabo visited his mother in Meadowlands Zone 11 on the day of the incident and she noticed that her son was not OK.
Karabo's mother allegedly saw a picture on social media, which community members mentioned that a boy was hit by a train, the community members could not identify the uniform he was wearing.
When his mother went to the scene, she discovered that the boy was her son.
The source also shared that the train driver alleged that the victim was lying on the tracks when he was trembled by a train at Mzimhlophe Railway Station.
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