Greater education minister Blade Nzimande has expressed sadness at the brutal killing of Nosicelo Mtebeni, 23, a fourth-300 and sixty five days LLB student at the College of Citadel Hare.
Mtebeni’s body became chanced on dismembered in a suitcase within the suburb of Quigney in East London on Thursday.
It’s far alleged that Mtebeni became killed by her boyfriend, who has since been arrested. He’s anticipated to look in court on Monday.
“I denounce such barbaric and crude acts committed in opposition to women folks, both in our institutions of learning and in society typically,” Nzimande acknowledged.
He acknowledged what became saddening became that the kind of gruesome act became committed in a month in which SA marked and celebrate Females’s Month.
Nzimande acknowledged he trusted the criminal justice system will invent sure that that a rapid prosecution for the accused.
Nzimande acknowledged the department of better education & practising remained committed to creating a safer and caring put up-faculty education and practising environment, namely for female students and employees.
Nzimande acknowledged his department has mandated the Greater Health — an entity of the department which is guilty for imposing programmes in opposition to gender-based mostly mostly violence in university and TVET college campuses — to work along with the College of Citadel Hare to arrangement psychological toughen to students and all affected parties.
Citadel Hare vice-chancellor Prof Sakhela Buhlungu also expressed sadness at the death of Mtebeni, from Matatiele. She stayed in a private accommodation in East London which will not be below the university’s regulate.
“I stand here … to condemn the brutality of the student’s death. No one deserves to die, extra so no one deserves to die on this horrific formulation. There could be one thing so substandard about our society,” Buhlungu acknowledged in a video address to remark her death.