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Another Dead Body Of A University Student Recovered At UKZN, Inside School Premises.


A student was found dead at UKZN PMB WOB residence yesterday, an that left a huge scar in many people's hearts after hearing it. People are wondering on how could have that happened, because they are having people that are checking students everyday in their rooms. We don't really know where we would take this to, because it has been said that a student have been dead in his room for days now. People are suggesting that they must do something about that university, because it looks like they are knowing something about the boy's death, since they were not checking up on him.

It's heartbreaking to hear those kind of news especially when your are a parent, because you paying for your kid to do good in schools, while they are not being check often when they are in their rooms, because anything can happen anytime. People are not really supporting this whole thing, because they starting to feel like their kids are not really safe in schools. This are some of the things that, you would thought they will never happen in their lives. They must know who is behind all of that, after what the securities did to the family of a deceased.

Why did the securities have to stop the family to come see him in his room? They should really tell the people what really went wrong about all of that, an when did they started denying our families to come an check on us in universities. They must also he taught a lesson, because of what they did when the relative was there to check on their child. I can tell that is not even written on the code of conduct, because those people are having any right to enter the university buildings, since their children is also schooling in there. It looks like South Africa is coming to an end, because of the things that have been occurring lately.

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