The killing of deputy principal in a hail of bullets has send shock waves across Tembisa and South African community. The family of Ngedane is still traumatized and find it hard to believe,their loved one is gone. Thembisile Ngedane who was a teacher at Phomolong Secondary School died on the scene , and police have launched manhunt for three suspected gunmen.
Now for the first the husband of the teacher spoke of the pain and the agony the family is going through. Speaking to the media the heartbroken husband, Wiseman Ngedane said "I miss my darling wife so much. I have many unanswered questions but I'm grateful for family, friends, neighbours and the church people for their support. She was a very kind-hearted person and loved her church very much. This is really a very unpleasant time for us as a family."
"The house is quiet. The kids are sad. We are sad and angry at the same time. We don't have many answers as to why she was shot on Friday, but we wish it never happened," The motive behind the killing of Thembisile is still unknown and the family needs closure as they have a lot of unanswered questions.
The Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has also send his heart felt condolences to the family. The case has been handed over to the provincial South African Police Service for further investigation.
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