Zalebs are demanding for the law to take it’s course after the tragic death of Parktown Boys High student Enoch Mpianzi at a camp.
The grade 8 learner’s body was discovered after he drowned in a river whilst on a school camp near Brits, North West. According to reports, the school as well as teachers only discovered Enoch was missing almost a day after his disappearance.
Alongside Black Twitter and the public at large, some of Mzansi’s biggest stars are livid at the turn of events and are now speaking out in a quest to bring the perpetrators to task Zalebs like Cassper Nyovest, Melanie Bala and Hulisani Ravele expressed their pain and heartbreak over the news.
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) January 17, 2020
Strength to the family of #EnochMpianzi. What a tragedy. 💔 And strength to every single parent who is going to hold their child/ten that much tighter today. No one sends their child to school or camp anticipating that they will not return. 😔🕯🙏🏾
— Hulisani Ravele (@HulisaniRavele) January 17, 2020
Words are little comfort at this time. Know that we grieve with you. May his soul Rest In Peace 💔🙏🏽 https://t.co/d2gmEBshEi
— IG: melzinbala (@MelBala) January 17, 2020
I’m busy reading this indemnity forms for the upcoming camps for my kids. Son 14 in Grade8 new school, Daughter in Grade6 same school. Mmmm I don’t know…Will see.
— PennyLebyane💚Penny Lebyane (@PennyLebyane) January 21, 2020
This keeps getting more upsetting! 😞💔 https://t.co/cb0jyGS4fe
— Pearl Modiadie (@PearlModiadie) January 19, 2020
— Minister of Transport |Mr Fix (@MbalulaFikile) January 18, 2020
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