A authorized staff led by advocates Tembeka Ngcukaitobi and Laurence Hodes has been made obtainable to the household of the Parktown Boys’ Excessive schoolboy who died at an orientation camp final week.
This was introduced by EFF chief Julius Malema on Wednesday after visiting the household of Enoch Mpianzi at house in Malvern, Johannesburg.
Malema stated the EFF had appointed the 2 advocates to hunt justice for Mpianzi, 13, who’s believed to have drowned throughout a rafting accident within the North West on the primary day of the brand new faculty yr.
He stated he was shocked after studying of the circumstances resulting in Mpianzi’s dying. “We had been all within the state of shock as a result of when youngsters go on a camp, we count on them to make friendships, develop a bond, in order that after they come again to highschool to be taught, they aren’t strangers to one another,” he stated.