KATLEHONG - A Tvet female student was stabbed to death on the 21st of October 2021 for qualifying to write examination by a male student outside a local Tvet College in Katlehong, Gauteng.
It is alleged that the deceased qualified all her modules and this enabled her to write her final examination. In a nutshell, this did not sit well with the male student and provoked the jealousy inside him.
In an apparent snapshot (pictured), a conversation exchanged between an unknown individual and the male suspect revealed that the male suspect by any means plotted to killl the deceased once it was after school hours.
"The two were classmates. After the male student found out that the female student qualified all her modules, he stabbed her to death outside the school premises", said an anonymous source.
The deceased student leaves behind a 4-year-old child. The male suspect was arrested and will soon appear before the Magistrate's Court.
Source: updates with LolahM
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