North West police say the matter of Parktown Boys High learner Enoch Mpianzi, has been referred to provincial prosecutors for a decision on whether or not to charge the resort where he drowned during a school camp earlier this year.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi is expected to release the forensic report into the death of Boys High learner Enock Mpianzi.
The release of the forensic report into the circumstances surrounding the death of Parktown learner Enock Mpianzi has been postponed.
The family of 13-year old Enoch Mpianzi says all it wants is to see justice being served for the boy’s death. On Tuesday, the family together with the South African Human Rights Commission went to the Nyati Bush camp site in Brits in the North West to conduct an inspection.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) and the family of Enoch Mpianzi, have jumped over the main gate of the Nyati Bush campsite to gain access to it.
The South African Human Rights Commission and the family of Enoch Mpianzi, will on Tuesday go to the lodge in Brits where their son drowned.
Training organisation, Adventure Standards Africa has voiced concerns around safety procedures after the death of a 13-year old learner from Parktown Boys High in Johannesburg.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says reports into the deaths of Parktown Boys High learner Enoch Mpianzi and Keamohetswe Seboko from Bekker Primary School will be finalised before the end February.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says he will be acting against Parktown Boys’ High School within 48 hours.
The South African Human Rights Commission (HRC) has offered legal assistance to the families of 13-year-old Enock Mpianzi and 13 year old Keamohetswe Shaun Seboko.