After the incident that took place in Limpopo where a learner was seen being attacked by her fellow learner many people were fuming. It was seen on the video that the student was being attacked as she continued to try to apologise without fighting back. The lady who was bullying her was heard saying i need my R5 back to. it was later reaveled that the fight started on Facebook where she was told that she is not beautiful, the humble bullied girl continued apologising and even stated that beauty comes in different forms. It was later declared that the cause of her death was poison, she drank it and even left behind a heartbreaking note for her family. this will forever be remembered in the history of Mbilwi secondary school and the whole of South Africa. The principal of the School has been suspended as it is alleged that bullying cases has been brought to his attention but no proper action was taken. The learner involved in the bulliying has also been banned from furthering her education. Please leave a comment below.
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