Nzimande saddened by death of 3 students

News South Africa

Tebogo Msimanga |

The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Dr Blade Nzimande, sent his condolences to the families, friends and the entire Ekurhuleni West TVET College-Alberton Campus on the death of three  students who were travelling together when they got involved in crash on Monday, 21st September 2020 in Alberton.

Tebogo Motloung; Kgotso Molaba and Kamohelo Motloung  died allegedly when the car they were travelling in, together with other two students, was speeding when approaching a curve.  The car hit a tree and then split in two. 

Three of the five students died, whilst the driver and the other two students are recovering well in hospital and at home.

“This crash has robbed South Africa of the young, talented and dedicated students who were determined to change their lives and those of their families and indeed our country by investing in their education,” said Minister Nzimande.

 The College has arranged a memorial service for 29 September 2020 at Alberton Campus.

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