The police have secured the successful arrest of a Grade 11 learner after it's alleged that he stabbed three learners during a fight at Magoletša High school in Medingen Village outside Kgapane.
According to the Taxi Times news report, on Monday 8 November 2021 a horrific fight broke out amongst four Grade 11 learners at Magoletša High school in Medingen Village outside Kgapane, it's alleged that the suspect pulled out a knife during the fight and started stabbing the three learners.
One learner succumbed to the stab wounds on his upper body and eventually died at the scene, the other two were rushed at Kgapane hospital and are currently receiving medical care, the suspect responsible for the stabbing was eventually arrested by police, he's charged with murder and attempted murder.
He will soon appear in court to face the charges, hopefully the other two victims will make full recovery so that they would be able to testify about what had led to the fight.
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